DALLAS — Heading into a market rally that has brought yields to record lows, Denver Public Schools achieved double its targeted savings with $129.9 million of refunding bonds Wednesday.

The district, which issues debt under the name Denver City and County School District No. 1, saved 6.737%, or $9.1 million, in present-value savings, officials involved in the deal said.

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