Issuers marched into the primary market yesterday with some of the year's last big refunding deals and secondary prices promptly retreated.

A slew of negotiated deals hit the decks as bonds began to back up after last week's impressive gains. Players said buyers had ducked out of the market after scooping up product last week, leaving the secondary in the doldruums and underwriters to guess at what investor demand remained.

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