San Diego Schools Get Creative to Buy Now and Pay Later

Finestone, Deborah
December 2000
Bond Buyer;12/01/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31028, p47
Trade Publication
Reports the sale of general obligation bonds by the San Diego Unified School District to finance school facilities in San Diego, California. Reliance on zero-coupon bonds borrowing; Total amount of bonded debt from capital appreciation and coupon bond structure; Dependence of the bond maturity insurance on the savings analysis; Doubt over the debt financing.


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