Harrisburg’s intention to skip general obligation bond payments totaling $5.3 million that are due Thursday have bond market and other observers wondering what will happen next in Pennsylvania’s capital city.

Some say the move by state-appointed receiver David Unkovic is proof that the city is, in fact, bankrupt, while others see Unkovic maximizing his options while preserving cash for essential services such as police and fire.

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