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September 2004
Bond Buyer;9/14/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31968, p31
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This article presents data regarding issued municipal bonds with their respective amounts as on September 13, 2004, for eights states of the U.S. in comparison to bond issues of September 6, 2004. This tabulated data is presented by the periodical "The Bond Buyer." There is a decrease of $36,690,000 in overall issued bond revenue for Arizona over the week. Kansas has gained the highest increase among all states with $202,006,000 during the week transition. On the other hand, Texas has faced the highest decrease in issued amount which is a decrease of $133,635,000.


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