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Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) — The judge overseeing Detroit’s bankruptcy has rejected a $165 million settlement between the city and the banks that provided the city with interest-rate swaps. This startling development raises fundamental issues about the fairness of the original deals and the quality of the advice Detroit received before, during and after the transactions.

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