CHICAGO — Chicago enters the market this week with $412 million of new-money general obligation bonds ahead of an expected vote next week on Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s first spending plan.

The city priced $200 million of taxable GOs structured as a term due in 2040 on Monday and follows Tuesday with the remaining $214 million of tax-exempt GOs with terms due in 2032, 2035 and 2040. The city moved up the sale dates of each series a day after reviewing favorable pre-pricing scales and orders, market participants said.

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