Too many tribal casinos? buyers, though wary, still bet on debt

Polyak, Ilana
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/02/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30589, p7
Trade Publication
Looks at the performance of bonds sold by Native American tribes to finance casinos. Market debut of the Mashantucket Pequots' Foxwoods Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut; Investors' worry about oversaturation of the market; Backup in rates and widening of credit spreads; Analysis of the sector by Eaton Vance Management portfolio manager Robert MacIntosh.


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