Stanford, in rare market foray, is as good as its name

Monsarrat, Sean
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/19/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30602, p26
Trade Publication
Reports on Stanford University's issuance of Series P revenue bonds through California Educational Facilities Authority in Stanford, California. Uses of the proceeds; Structure of the bonds; Ratings.


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