LOS ANGELES — The bankrupt city of Stockton, Calif., will hit the market next week with $55 million of water revenue bonds, issued by its Public Financing Authority.

Facing an expiring letter of credit, the city will instead convert outstanding variable rate demand water revenue bonds to fixed rate in a deal that will make the city water system's debt entirely fixed rate.

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