As investors continue to struggle with low absolute yields, issuers in the Northeast and California will dominate most of the primary market with relatively large financings — led by $800 million from the Bay Area Toll Authority — as part of an estimated $10.6 billion of new, long-term volume, according to Ipreo LLC and The Bond Buyer.

Last week, a revised $7.88 billion entered the market on the heels of $6.10 billion the previous week, according to Thomson Reuters. That volume is down from the high of $11.05 billion in the week of Oct. 4.

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