The New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority priced $441 million of second resolution, fixed-rate tax-exempt new-money bonds Wednesday.

It sold the bonds through negotiation with Raymond James | Morgan Keegan the bookrunning senior manager.

During a one-day retail order period, the MWF received $42 million of orders, said a spokesman for New York City Comptroller John Liu. Yields to call at final pricing varied by coupon from 2.89% to 3.13% in the single 2047 maturity.

Lamont Financial Services, Drexel Hamilton LLC and Acacia Financial Group Inc. were financial advisors.

Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s rated the bonds AA-plus, while Moody’s Investors Service rated them Aa2.

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