December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/1/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32020, p42
Trade Publication
This article presents information on various bonds to be issued in the U.S. Long-term bonds have final stated maturities of 13 months or longer, while short-term notes mature in less than 13 months. Private placements and municipal forward sales are included in the figures, but remarketings of variable-rate bonds are excluded. The purpose categories of the bonds are defined as follows, industrial development, economic development, nongovernment office buildings, primary and secondary education, higher education, student loans, public power utilities, solid waste disposal, resource recovery, pollution control, recycling, health care and others.


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