New York City's sale of general obligation bonds this week included $327 million of retail orders during a two-day period that preceded the institutional sale, according to a spokesman for Comptroller John Liu.

On Wednesday, the city sold $634 million of GO fixed-rate bonds, including $375 million of tax-exempt and $125 million of taxable bonds, and $134 million of tax-exempt fixed-rate bonds which will be converted from variable-rate demand bonds to fixed-rate bonds.

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