CHICAGO — Detroit Public Schools emergency financial manager Robert Bobb said he was "very, very happy" with the final interest rates the troubled district saw on its $210 million stimulus-related borrowing Wednesday.

Bobb said investors were reassured by his assertions that bankruptcy was no longer an option — a cloud that had darkened DPS' similar sale of stimulus bonds last year.

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