State Comptroller Edward V. Regan yesterday raised a red flag on the eve of New York City's $600 million bond sale, warning in a report that the city's ability to end fiscal 1991 with a balanced budget is "still far from assured."

In a statement released with yesterday's report, Mr. Regan said, "The city is approaching the end of the year without its customary financial cushion.

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