New York City said last week that it would like to hear about new variable-rate debt products.

The city informed respondents to its outstanding request for proposals for underwriting services that it was particularly interested in products that function as alternatives to variable-rate demand bonds and self-liquidity products that don’t require support or liquidity from commercial banks. The call for new products does not extend to derivatives such as synthetic floating-rate debt.

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