New York City replaced the bankrupt Lehman Brothers as the remarketer of $612.6 million of variable-rate debt with other investment banks, city officials announced Friday.

The city had $1.11 billion of such debt remarketed by Lehman at the beginning of last week, including $875 million of New York City Transitional Finance Authority debt and $261 million of general obligation debt.

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