Munis Unchanged in Quiet Trading; $76M of Texas School Bonds Priced

Chesla, Nicholas
April 2003
Bond Buyer;4/29/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31624, p2
Trade Publication
Municipal bonds were unchanged on April 28, 2003, while in the new-issue market underwriters priced 76 million dollar of Leander, Texas, Independent School District unlimited tax and school building and refunding bonds with a top yield of 4.74 percent in 2032. On the economic front, personal income and spending for March 2003 rose 0.4 percent. In the new-issue market, First Southwest Co. priced and repriced 76 million dollar of Leander Independent School District bonds. Bonds due 2008 and 2023 yielded 17 basis points more than Municipal Market Data's Friday triple-A yield curve scale, while bonds due 2020 yielded 20 basis points more.


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