The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority said demand for $300 million of public utility senior-lien revenue bonds last week was so strong that the agency moved up institutional pricing to the same day as its retail-order period.

“The retail-order period began Tuesday … and was so successful that the institutional period was accelerated from [Wednesday to Tuesday],” DCWASA said in a news release. “By day’s end, there were more orders received than debt to sell.”

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