November 29, 2020

Treasury Auctions Set for This Week

At the close of the New York cash market on Friday, the rate on the outstanding three-month bill was 0.01 percent. The rate on the six-month issue was 0.08 percent, and the rate on the four-week issue was 0.01 percent.

The following tax-exempt fixed-income issues are scheduled for pricing this week:

MONDAY

Florida Board of Education, $74.2 million of general obligation bonds. Competitive.

TUESDAY

Alabama Public School and College Authority, $51.3 million of revenue bonds. Competitive.

Kansas Development Finance Authority, $51.6 million of general obligation bonds. Competitive.

WEDNESDAY

Virginia Transportation Department, $600 million of revenue bonds. Competitive.

ONE DAY DURING THE WEEK

Carroll County, Ga., School District, $72 million of general obligation bonds. Morgan Keegan.

Fairfax County, Va., Economic Development Authority, $206.3 million of transportation district improvement revenue bonds. J. P. Morgan Securities.

Florida Ports Financing Commission, $267 million of refinancing revenue transportation trust fund bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.

Illinois Finance Authority, $230.8 million of revenue bonds. Barclays Capital.

Illinois Finance Authority, $90 million of University of Chicago Medical Center debt securities. J. P. Morgan Securities.

Las Vegas Valley Water District, $57.9 million of general obligation bonds. J. P. Morgan Securities.

Maricopa County, Ariz., Community College, $150 million of school debt securities. Citigroup Global Markets.

Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, $150 million of general revenue bonds. J. P. Morgan Securities.

Miami Health Facilities Authority, $250 million of south Florida health system taxable notes. Bank of America.

Nebraska Public Power District, $63.6 million of general revenue bonds. Wells Fargo Securities.

New York Dormitory Authority, $322.9 million of school district revenue bonds. Jefferies.

North Carolina Health Care System, $150 million of hospital debt securities. Bank of America.

Ohio Housing Finance Agency, $50 million of single-family mortgage revenue bonds. George K. Baum.

Puerto Rico Government Development Bank, $500 million of taxable refinancing notes. Bank of America.

University of Oklahoma, $73.6 million of general revenue bonds. RBC Capital Markets.

Wisconsin, $286 million of general obligation bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.

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