Connecticut Agency Deal Includes $72M of State-Backed Debt

Cataldo, Adam
July 2004
Bond Buyer;7/7/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31920, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Connecticut's Capital City Economic Development Authority is expected to complete a multi-million financing before the end of July 2004. Credit rating of the agency; Authority's expected sale in tax-exempt, fixed-rate bonds and floating-rate debt; Authority's entry into a synthetic-fixed rate swap on the floating rate portion of the debt with Merrill Lynch and Co. Inc. as counterparty.


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