Buffalo, N.Y., sold $32 million of school refunding bonds on Thursday, saving about $6.6 million in interest costs.

“There was a strong demand from both retail and institutional investors, which is a testament to the city’s sound financial condition,” said Buffalo’s comptroller, Mark Schroeder.

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