AUSTIN - The deteriorating value of the Texas Permanent School Fund will increase costs of issuance for many school districts trying to bring debt to market this year.

The current value of the PSF's investments of about $18 billion is down from $25 billion last summer, according to David Anderson, legal counsel to the Texas Education Agency, which administers the triple-A rated credit-enhancement program.

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