Electric power

Tunick, Britt
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/12/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30271, p19A
Trade Publication
Reports that refunding continues to be the primary activity in of the electric power industry in the municipal market. Percentage increase in the third-quarter activity in the electric power industry from 1996-1997; Percentage decline in the combined activity for the first three quarters; Refundings as the primary activity among the electric power issuers.


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