California Pounching on Favorable Rates With $1.7B GO Deal

Albano, Christine; Fine, Jacob
June 2003
Bond Buyer;6/16/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31657, p34
Trade Publication
California will sell $1.7 billion of various-purpose general obligation bonds in the week ending June 25, 2003. The New Jersey Educational Facilities Authority will refund approximately $109.1 million of bonds maturing from 2004 to 2028, as well as sell $136.3 million of new bonds maturing from 2004 to 2025 when it comes to the competitive market on June 25. Merrill Lynch & Co. is tentatively planning to sell a $520 million federal highway grant anticipation note refunding for Massachusetts.


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