Accuracy in Media

Detroit Bankruptcy Case goes Forward as Bonds are Unpaid

WASHINGTON — Detroit’s recent effort to declare some of its general obligation bonds as unsecured debt faced a strong challenge by public sector unions, but resulted in a judge’s decision to impose a 2 to 3-week negotiation period between bond investors and the city. Reuters reported that if the city wins the case, then bond insurers […]

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