Results of Negotiated Sales

December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/1/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32020, p20
Trade Publication
This article presents results of negotiated sales of issues. One of them is the California Housing Finance Agency's "7-Day Auction Mode Multi-Family Housing Revenue Bonds III, Series C Select Auction Variable Rate Securities." The amount, initial auction period to and including February 2, 2005 was $13,940,000. The offering date being Novenber 17, 2004 and the due date February 1, 2037. The issues purchased through negotiation by Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. Another is the bonds offered by the East Grand School District No 2 was purchased through negotiation by Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. Inc.


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