New York City was the top issuer of long-term municipal debt during the first nine months of 1992, with seven issues totaling $3.26 billion, according to Securities Data Co.

The city also held the top slot during the first half of the year and for all of 1991, when it issued $2.10 billion and $4.74 billion, respectively.

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