Issuers in New York, Texas, and Pennsylvania will bring three of the largest deals to the primary market this week amid a relatively small slate of offerings, part of an estimated $3.97 billion planned for the negotiated and competitive markets combined.

The largest deal will hail from New York City, where a $520 million two-pronged general obligation offering is being planned for pricing on Wednesday by Citi. The deal includes $400 million of tax-exempt bonds maturing serially from 2011 to 2018 and from 2022 to 2024, as well as $120 million of taxable term bonds maturing in 2021.

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