CHICAGO — Minnesota will take competitive bids Tuesday on $658 million of general obligation paper in its annual sale to fund capital projects.

Though the state lost its top credit marks last year, it’s still high-grade paper, with high to mid-double-A ratings and while the deal may not satisfy investors looking for higher yields, it should draw strong attention from buyers focused on solid credits.

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