Chicago Schools Pay Bigger Bond-Market Penalty Than Puerto RicoBy and
It took unprecedented discount to overcome downgrades to junk
Buyers `want to minimize the pain if it stops paying interest'
If municipal-debt investors want further evidence that Chicago’s schools are in financial distress, its $725 million bond deal this week is all the proof they need.
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