Goldman, Sachs & Co. continued its reign as the dominant municipal underwriter during the first three quarters of 1992, lead-managing almost $7.2 billion of bonds more than its closest competitor, Merrill Lynch & Co.

For the first nine months of the year, Goldman Sachs was senior manager on $22.1 billion of long-term municipal issues, compared with $14.9 billion handled by Merrill Lynch, according to Securities Data Co.

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