NY's Nassau County to sell $328.5 mln bonds and notes next week
Feb 13 (Reuters) - New York's Nassau County is planning to sell $328.5 million of general revenue bonds and bond anticipation notes (BANs) during the week of Feb. 18, said a market source on Wednesday.
The sale consists of $141.5 million of revenue bonds to be sold through lead manager Bank of America via a negotiated sale, with an undetermined day for the sale.
The county will also sell $187 million of BANs through competitive bidding on Thursday.
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