When New York City markets approximately $1.3 billion of variable-rate demand bonds tomorrow, it will do so in a much tougher fiscal environment than existed less than a year ago.

Most of the bonds, $1.2 billion, will refund outstanding auction-rate securities, while the remaining debt will refund insured variable-rate demand bonds. The VRDBs will be marketed with letters of credit or standby bond purchase agreements.

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