Northeast bond-watch

Meisler, Daniel; Resnick, Amy B.; Kruger, Daniel; Hoffman, David
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/22/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30583, p27
Trade Publication
Presents news updates concerning the bond market in the United States as of February 22, 1999. Includes Standard & Poor's move to lower its bond rating on Washington, D.C.-based Georgetown University; Pennsylvania's Pittsburgh City Council's approval of a player payroll tax to help fund the construction of two new sports stadiums.


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