Denver Pays Wall Street $216 Million as Swaps Fail: Muni CreditDarrell Preston
Wall Street banks collected $215.6 million that Denver’s public schools paid to unwind swaps and sell bonds since the district began borrowing to cut pension costs in 2008. That sum is about two-thirds of annual teaching expenses.
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