More than $2 billion in new issues, led by $400 million of Hawaii airport bonds, bogged down secondary prices when they inundated the municipal market yesterday.

Traders quoted secondary bond prices unchanged to down 1/4 point in spots, depending on the name, but levels were not tested because investors focused on the primary. Traders said, however, that a seller could face weaker bids, depending on the name.

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