CHICAGO — The top-rated city of Columbus, Ohio, will enter the market Wednesday with $289.4 million of bonds, marking the city’s annual outing to finance capital projects. Some of the proceeds also will be used for improvements to a site for a new casino.

Retail investors snapped up a chunk of the issue offered Tuesday, and the city is opening the deal to institutional buyers Wednesday.

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