Results of competitive sales

Anderson, August; Cruz, Judy; Singh, Rita
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/22/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30583, p21
Trade Publication
Presents the results of competitive sales of bonds in the United States as of February 22, 1999. Includes Bear Stearns & Co. Inc.'s purchase of Florida Housing Finance Corp.'s homeowner mortgage revenue bonds; Kious & Co. Inc.'s purchase of City of Clovis, New Mexico's gross receipts tax revenue bonds; PaineWebber Inc.'s acquisition of Florida Housing Finance Corp.'s homeowner mortgage revenue bonds.


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