An $877 million sale for Rutgers University and an $800 million New York City Transitional Finance Authority financing headline this week’s busy primary market calendar, which could produce more than $7 billion in new volume. Investors, on the other hand, will be looking for concessions on yield to offset weakness in the municipal bond market, which suffered  $1.47 billion in outflows last week, according to Lipper Inc.

Investors can  expect to see approximately $7.87 billion of new paper, according to Ipreo LLC and The Bond Buyer, compared to the reivsed $4.52 billion that actually came to market last week, according to Thomson Reuters.

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