WASHINGTON - District of Columbia officials are continuing to lay the groundwork for a possible refunding even though the deputy mayor for finance said the deal is looking less attractive because market rates are higher than last month.

"We're watching the market day by day," said Deputy Mayor Ellen M. O'Connor. "But the bond market rates have been zooming around lately, and the estimate of savings from a refinancing is substantially smaller."

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