Several New Offerings Await Investors at Start of New Year

Aibano, Christine
January 2005
Bond Buyer;1/3/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32041, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on several new offerings for the investors in the year 2005. Investors will have a fair amount of new issue supply to ring in the 2005 municipal market this week, anchored by a $1.2 billion New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority revenue offering tentatively scheduled for Wednesday. The other deals scheduled this week are much smaller than the New Jersey offering, but notable for their relative size and timing, aiming to tempt investors to spend some of the reinvestment cash that landed in their accounts on January 1 from coupon interest or the proceeds from maturing bonds.


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