UPDATE 1-New York to issue about $3.02 bln of debt in Q3-comptroller

Thu Jul 3, 2014 4:35pm EDT

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(Adds table of new money borrowing)
    NEW YORK, July 3 (Reuters) - New York state, New York City
and their major public authorities will issue about $3.02
billion of debt in the third quarter of the year, according to a
tentative schedule released by the state comptroller's office on
    The schedule includes $1.45 billion in July, $75 million in
August and $1.5 billion in September. Planned issuance in the
third quarter is more than the $2.2 billion issued during the
second quarter, but less than the $3.21 billion issued during
the third quarter of 2013, the comptroller's office said.
    Below is a table of planned new money issuance.
 Issuer          Amount      Type            Month
 City of New     $800 mln    Tax-exempt      September
 York                        fixed rate      
 Dormitory       $45 mln     Tax-exempt      July
 Authority of                fixed rate      
 the State of                                
 New York                                    
 Metropolitan    $500 mln    Tax-exempt      September
 Transportation              fixed rate      
 Housing         $75 mln     Tax-exempt      August
 Finance Agency              fixed rate      
 New York City   $400 mln    Tax-exempt      July
 Municipal                   variable rate   
 Water Finance                               
 New York City   $200 mln    Tax-exempt      September
 Municipal                   fixed rate      
 Water Finance                               
 New York City   $125 mln    Taxable fixed   July
 Transitional                rate            
 New York City   $875        Fixed and       July
 Transitional    million     variable rate   
 Finance                     tax-exempt      
 Source: State Comptroller's Office

 (Reporting by Edward Krudy; Editing by James Dalgleish and Dan
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