Comptroller Edward V. Regan of New York announced on Friday that the state, its major authorities, and New York City are planning to sell a total of $3.73 billion of bonds in the third quarter of this year.

About $933 million is slated for sale in July, $1.38 billion in August, and $1.41 billion in September, the comptroller said. During the same period in 1990, $5.79 billion was scheduled for sale, and $5.01 billion was actually sold.

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