Detroit Schools Dodge Default After Michigan Refinances BondsBy
Finance authority sells $226.38 million in private placement
State backing on old bonds was expiring by end of September
Michigan issued $226.38 million of bonds in a private sale that will allow Detroit’s financially struggling school district to avoid defaulting on securities backed by state aid set to be diverted elsewhere on the last day of the month.
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