Investors Dig Into $25M Mine Safety Deal

Primack, Dan
November 1999
Private Placement Letter;11/22/99, Vol. 17 Issue 46, p3
Reports that PNC Capital Markets upsized and circled its private placement offering for Mine Safety Appliances Co. Price of the senior unsecured note deal; Details of the transaction; Line of business of Mine Safety Appliances Co.


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