By stepping back from earlier plans to sell $775 million of debt before the end of June, Puerto Rico has sheltered itself from the current stormy bond market, which is tossing some of the commonwealth’s bonds in the secondary.

Early in the current fiscal year the Puerto Rico government stated plans to sell $775 million in general obligation refinancing bonds by the end of June, which is the end of fiscal 2013.

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