January 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;1/30/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p51
Trade Publication
The article presents a list of planned new offerings in the category of debt that have been registered with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in the past one month, but have not yet come to market. They include Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc.; Tortoise Energy Infrastructure; CBL Properties; Corrections of America; Enbridge Energy Partners; Long Beach Securities and Ford Motor Credit Co.


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