Detroit bonds were able to avoid a selloff in the secondary market Monday after the city said Friday it may default on up to $2 billion in debt.

Detroit paper flooded the market in an otherwise quiet session, with water and sewer debt holding up fairly well and general obligation bonds weakening.

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