California yesterday increased its general obligation bond sale to $2.5 billion, pricing it against a backdrop of a mostly unchanged municipal market.

JPMorgan priced the bonds, which were upsized from an originally planned $2 billion, following a two-day retail ­order period during which $1.38 billion was sold, or 69% of the original amount.

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