MARKET SNAPSHOT: Monday, January 24

January 2005
Bond Buyer;1/24/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32055, p2
Trade Publication
This article presents information related to major financial deals and economic indicators reported in the January 2005 issue of "Bond Buyer." Navy Northwest issued $230 to underwriter Raymond James, San Francisco Airport issued $110 to underwriter Lehman and Connecticut HFA issued $110 to underwriter Goldman. Consumer Confidence index was reported 102.3 for the month of December and forecasted 103 for the month of January. Durable Goods index was up by +1.6% for November and forecasted as +2.0% for the month of December.


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