CHICAGO — Minneapolis Tuesday will take competitive bids on $105 million of tax-exempt and taxable general obligation refunding bonds in an offering officials are hoping will attract strong interest from investors, given the rarity of its high-grade paper and the deal’s size and noncallable structure.

Fitch Ratings and Moody’s Investors Service affirmed the city’s top credit marks and stable outlook ahead of the sale. Standard & Poor’s had not released a new report as of Friday. It rates the city’s $982 million of outstanding GOs AAA.

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