Nassau County, N.Y., plans to competitively market $125 million of general obligation bonds this week as questions linger about its finances.

Earlier this month, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded the county’s long-term ratings one notch to A1 and a county official mentioned that there had been talk of the imposition of a control period by the board that monitors its finances.

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