California's City of Hope postpones $250 mln note sale
June 20 (Reuters) - California's City of Hope postponed its $250 million taxable direct obligation note sale scheduled to price on Thursday, due to "market conditions", said a market source.
Including this latest postponement, the fourth in a row announced on Thursday, a total of $1.76 billion have been pulled due to market volatility.
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