The New York City Transitional Finance Authority plans to return to market with $900 million of new-money, future tax-secured bonds next week after a two-year hiatus on selling that kind of debt.

Having hit its statutory debt limit on the bonds in 2007, the TFA was unable to market new-money bonds on the credit until the New York Senate passed a bill last week that changed the limit.

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