Barren Holiday Calendar Features Only a Small Handful of Muni Offerings

Albano, Christine
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/23/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31538, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on expected reduction in number of deals in the U.S. municipal market over the next two weeks because of the holiday festivities till January 2003. Sales projection for refunding bonds on December 30, 2002 by Eureka Springs, Arkansas, School District; Expected bond sales by Hawaii Department of Budget and Finance; Deals planned for the first week of 2003.


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