DALLAS — Louisiana has delayed a scheduled sale of $96.1 million of refunding bonds due to the recent rise in interest rates.

The refunding had been expected to go to market in a competitive sale Thursday, but Chester Johnson of Government Finance Associates Inc. told the State Bond Commission that the spike in interest rates made it unfeasible until the market rebounds.

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