A Phoenix Rises in L.A

Saskal, Rich
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/23/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31869, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the refunding sale of the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency to restructure the finances of one signature project area in California. Value of the bond sale; Benefit of the rising interest rates with the deal; Worth of tax-exempt insured revenue bonds, taxable insured debt and uninsured tax-exempt subordinate tax allocation bonds.


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