Yields on the California deal were increased as much as 15 basis points in institutional pricing Thursday as traders said the price cuts were a signal of overall weakness in the general market.

“The cuts on the California bonds are what is really going on in the general market,” a San Francisco trader said. “It just feels like a bad time to be bringing a deal.”

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