WASHINGTON — The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is examining allegations that broker-dealers violated municipal rules by trading bonds from Puerto Rico's recent $3.5 billion general obligation deal to customers in sizes less than the required $100,000 minimum denomination.

"FINRA is aware of this situation and is examining trading activity in this Cusip," a FINRA spokesman said, referring to the 74514LE86 identifier of the bonds.

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