Results of Negotiated Sales

January 2015
Bondbuyer.com;1/14/2015, p9
The article offers information on the results of negotiated sales of several companies in the U.S. in January 2015. Topics covered include the 2015 refunding bonds for Central Montcalm Public Schools in Michigan and the variable rate revenue refunding bonds for the Kent Hospital Finance Authority in Missouri. Also mentioned are the refunding bonds for West Branch-Rose Area Schools in Michigan.


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