Illinois Penalized as It Ends Hiatus From Muni Bond MarketBy
Longest-dated bonds yield 1.5 percentage points over benchmark
Worst-rated state penalized since last sale in April 2014
Illinois, the worst-rated state in America, returned to the $3.7 trillion municipal-bond market for the first time in almost two years and paid a price for its financial turmoil.
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