Yield Hunger Overcomes Risk as N.J. Cuts Bond Cost: Muni CreditMichelle Kaske and Terrence Dopp
New Jersey, where Governor Chris Christie has lowered revenue forecasts, sold $350 million of general-obligation debt with investors starved for yield reducing the state’s borrowing cost to the cheapest in six years.
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