SAN FRANCISCO — No flood of bond defaults will spread through California cities in the near future; just possibly a smattering, according to a new academic study.

The project, commissioned by state Treasurer Bill Lockyer, used its own methodology and found the vast majority of cities have less than a 2% probability of default.

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