Puerto Rico came to market with $3.5 billion of general obligation debt Tuesday, tapping the municipal bond market with GOs for the first time in two years. The sale was upsized by $500 million from an originally planned $3 billion sale.

Yield on the single term bond with final maturity in 2035 was 8.727%, according to a pricing document obtained by The Bond Buyer.

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