The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico expected tomorrow to offer $588 million of public improvement bonds and to tap the derivatives markets in a refunding of bonds issued in 1986 through 1990.

Officials at the Government Development Bank of Puerto Rico, which acts as fiscal agent and adviser for the commonwealth, said a portion of the loan may be offered via auction rate notes and yield curve rate notes - a derivative used by senior manager Morgan Stanley & Co.

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