Municipals Exhibit Some Weakness; $712 Million N.Y. MTA Bonds Sell

Chesla, Nicholas
June 2002
Bond Buyer;6/26/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31416, p2
Trade Publication
Reports developments on the bond market in the U.S. as of June 2002. Issuance of bonds by the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority; Designation of price to the New York MTA state service by the underwriting organization; Purchase of revenue bonds from University System of Maryland by Salomon Smith Barney Inc.


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