The agency that issues debt fore Philadelphia said yesterday that poor market conditions have forced it to postpone issuing $100 million of special tax revenue bonds until the end of the month.

The Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority had wanted to price the deal tomorrow. But the agency announced that it has delayed the offering until the week of Nov. 28, citing volatility in the tax-exempt market and market expectations that the Federal Reserve Board will raise short-term interest rates today.

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