New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority will not restructure its variable-rate demand bonds for the time being despite spikes in interest rates last week, the MTA said yesterday.

Interest rates on two series of the agency' sVRDBs reset at 8.3% and 10% on Friday, driving up the cost of borrowing. The bonds had reset below 2% six weeks ago.

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