Calendar Comes Back to Life With N.Y.'s $2.25 Billion Tobacco Deal

Fine, Jacob
November 2003
Bond Buyer;11/17/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31763, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on upcoming municipal bond deals in the U.S. announced as of November 17, 2003. Tobacco Settlement Financing Corp.'s fixed-rate serial bonds; Bond issue planned by Memphis, Tennessee, to prepay electric capacity costs acquired by Memphis Light Gas & Water; California State Public Works Board's lease revenue bond deal.


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