CHICAGO — Officials in Columbus, Ohio, are hoping the city’s gilt-edged ratings will stand out next week when they bring $212.5 million of general obligation refunding bonds to market for interest-rate savings.

The refunding comes as the state capital enjoys its strongest financial position in years.

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