Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of Feb. 6
The Treasury’s schedule of financing this week includes Monday’s regular weekly auction of new three- and six-month bills and an auction of four-week bills on Tuesday.
At the close of the New York cash market on Friday, the rate on the outstanding three-month bill was 0.50 percent. The rate on the six-month issue was 0.63 percent, and the rate on the four-week issue was 0.48 percent.
The following tax-exempt fixed-income issues, valued at $50 million or more, are scheduled for pricing this week:
DeKalb County School District, Ga., $132.4 million of unlimited tax general obligation bonds. Competitive.
Nevada, $159 million of highway improvement revenue bonds. Competitive.
Fairfax County Water Authority, $198.6 million of revenue refinancing bonds. Competitive.
Kansas City Water Services, Mo., $78.1 million of revenue bonds. Competitive.
Minnesota State College and University, $53 million of revenue refinancing bonds. Competitive.
South Broward Hospital District, Fla., $115.2 million of revenue refinancing bonds. Competitive.
Washington, $103.4 million of certificates of participation. Competitive.
ONE DAY DURING THE WEEK
Azle Independent School District, Tex., $54.7 million of unlimited tax school building bonds. Raymond James.
California Municipal Finance Authority, $405 million of revenue bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.
California State University Trustees, $1.2 billion of systemwide revenue bonds. Goldman Sachs.
Campbell Union High School District, Calif., $78 million of general obligation bonds. RBC Capital Markets.
Columbia County, Ga., $60 million of debt securities. Jefferies.
Delaware County Authority, Pa., $94 million of Haverford College revenue bonds. Barclays Capital.
El Paso County School District, Colo., $77.1 million of certificates of participation. Stifel, Nicolaus & Company.
Maryland Health and Higher Education Facilities Authority, $63.8 million of revenue bonds. Ziegler, Chicago.
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency, $50 million of homeownership finance bonds. RBC Capital Markets.
Missouri Health and Education Facilities Authority, $71.5 million of educational facilities revenue bonds. Barclays Capital.
New York City, $800 million of general obligation bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.
New York Dormitory Authority, $242.8 million of Orange Regional Medical Center Obligated Group revenue bonds. J. P. Morgan Securities.
Ohio University, $148.6 million of general receipts bonds. Goldman Sachs.
Omaha Airport Authority, $50.3 million of airport facilities revenue bonds. Piper Jaffray & Co.
Oregon, $491 million of general obligation, state, seismic and energy projects bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.
Redding, Calif., $56 million of electric system revenue refinancing bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.
Richmond County, Ga., Board of Education, $132 million of general sales tax bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.
Salt Lake City Department of Airports, $952 million of airport revenue bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.
Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District, Ore., $93.6 million of senior lien payroll tax revenue bonds. J. P. Morgan Securities.
University of Virginia Rector and Visitors, $123.4 million of general revenue pledge refinancing bonds. Wells Fargo Securities.
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