October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/20/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31993, p33
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The article presents various U.S. market indicators. The total 30-Day Visible Supply as of October 2004 was $9,3924. The 30-Day Visible Supply reflects the total dollar volume of bonds to be offered at competitive bidding and through negotiation over the next 30 days, it includes issues scheduled for sale on the date listed along with anticipated offerings listed in that day's "Competitive Bond Offerings" and "Negotiated Bond Offerings" tables. Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc's. Corporate Bond Indexes values reflect the compounded total return growth of each respective market, with values set at 100 at inception dates.


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