Philadelphia returned to the credit markets with a vengeance on Friday, pricing $100 million of notes in a deal that left investors begging for more.

The oversubscribed issue marked a dramatic turnabout for the junk-rated city, which in the midst of its ongoing fiscal crisis once paid an all-in cost of 25% for a note deal.

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