DALLAS - The U.S. Justice Department is investigating a 2002 bond sale by the University of New Mexico as part of an investigation into possible violations of securities laws, officials said.

In a widening look at practices in the pricing of derivatives, investigators have subpoenaed records from more than 30 banks, insurance companies, and brokers involved in interest rate swaps and contracts to invest bond-sale proceeds.

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