JPMorgan will extend $275 million of its brotherly love to the city of Philadelphia - at a rate of 3%.

Gridlock in the Pennsylvania legislature has prohibited Philadelphia from issuing $275 million of tax and revenue anticipation notes in the municipal market. That has left the city in a liquidity crunch and behind in its payments to vendors.

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