The U.S. Postal Service yesterday borrowed $5 billion of debt through the Federal Financing Bank, winning a five-year fight to issue callable debt.

The sale enabled the service to refinance $4.5 billion of its outstanding Federal Financing Bank debt in a move that will trim interest expenses by $2.2 billion over the next 20 years, according to the Post Service.

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