CHICAGO -- Attorneys for Detroit's pension funds said they will challenge a new settlement between the city and its interest-rate swap counterparties.

The city and counterparties announced they had reached a new agreement on Tuesday, after two days of court-ordered mediation. The deal is expected to shave $65 million off the costs of terminating the swaps.

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