Detroit, the biggest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy, is seeking a permission to pay UBS AG and Bank of America $230 million to cancel payments on swaps that threaten the city’s revenue from casino taxes.
Detroit Seeks to Pay UBS, BofA $230 Million to Cancel Swaps
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