Phoenix Airport Shows Relative Strength in Struggling Sector
- Phoenix Airport Plans a Refunding As Largest Tenant Seeks a Merger. WILLIAMSON, RICHARD // Bond Buyer;2/5/2013, Vol. 383 Issue 33856, p6
The article reports that Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport of Arizona is planning to refund 208 million U.S. dollars for interest-rate savings in a deal that could be come in the market in the first week of February 2013. It mentions that the bonds associated with the airport revenues...
- Phoenix Selling $600M for Water System. Watts, Jim // Bond Buyer;5/31/2005, Vol. 352 Issue 32143, p1
The article reports that the expected sale of $600 million of junior-lien water system revenue bonds by the Phoenix Civic Improvement Corp. will provide financing for the first phase of a major expansion and upgrade of the city's drinking water system. Another $215 million will finance...
- Negotiated Bond Offerings. // Bond Buyer;5/31/2012, Vol. 380 Issue 33723, p28
A table is presented which lists the negotiated bond offerings of several issuers in the U.S. on May 29, 2012 including Phoenix Civic Improvement Corp. in Arizona, Pima County, Arizona, and Bridgeport, Connecticut.
- Phoenix 2004 Car Rental Revs Upgraded to A by S&P. // Bond Buyer;2/20/2015, p1
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said it raised its underlying rating to A from A-minus on Phoenix Civic Improvement Corp., Ariz.'s series 2004 rental car facility charge taxable revenue bonds, issued for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
- Results of Negotiated Sales. // Bond Buyer;11/23/2015, Vol. 1 Issue 34414, p9
The article reports on the results of negotiated bond sales in U.S. cities for November 2015. These include the combined utilities revenue warrants purchased by Brundidge, Alabama through financial planner Thornton Farish Inc., the Junior Lien Airport Revenue Bonds purchased by Arizona's Phoenix...
- Negotiated Bond Offerings. // Bond Buyer;5/30/2012, p20
A table is presented which lists the negotiated bond offerings on May 29, 2012 for various issuers in the U.S. including Pima County in Arizona, Phoenix Civic Improvement Corp., and Bridgeport in Connecticut.
- Phoenix civic improvement. Karchmer, Jennifer // Bond Buyer;03/10/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30595, p8
Reports on Prudential Securities analyst Garrett Falzone's evaluation of the fiscal health of Phoenix Civic Improvement Corp. of Phoenix, Arizona. Ability of Phoenix's Water Services Department to handle an upcoming spike in expenditures; Projected drop in debt-service coverage in fiscal 2000;...
- Phoenix Rises Higher. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;3/2/2004, Vol. 347 Issue 31832, p1
Reports that Phoenix will play catch-up on capital improvement projects with proceeds from a 150 million dollars general obligation bond issue scheduled to sell on March 2, 2004. Amount issued by Phoenix for capital improvements; Amount of debt sold by Phoenix Industrial Development Authority...
- ARIZONA: S&P Ups Phoenix Agency. Philyaw, Jason // Bond Buyer;5/29/2007, Vol. 360 Issue 32638, p9
The article reports on the upgrade of Phoenix Civic Improvement Corp.'s subordinated excise tax debt to AA from AA-minus, by Standard & Poor's Corp. in Arizona. The upgrade is due to the exceptional breadth and diversity of the economic base generating the pledged taxes. According to analysts,...