revenue bond


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a bond issued by an agency that is commissioned to finance public works

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71,600,000 Student Loan Revenue Bonds, Senior Series 2007A-1,'AAA';
North Transportation Improvements Association lease revenue bonds upgraded to 'AA-' from 'A+'.
33,125,000 Dormitory Authority of the State of New York taxable periodic auction reset securities (PARS) revenue bonds, series 2000C (St.
Elizabeth Parking Authority (NJ), $3,500,000 city guaranteed parking revenue bonds, series 2006 (insured: FSA)
Bi-State Development Agency of the Missouri-Illinois Metropolitan District (IL), $39,155,000 (Metro East Transit District of St Clair County/Metrolink Extension Project) refunding revenue bonds, series 2006 (insured: FSA)
California Department of Water Resources (CA) variable-rate demand power supply revenue bonds series 2005F-3 (LOC: Bank of New York (The)), California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) 'AA-/F1+';
53,725,000 insured health facility revenue bonds auction-rate securities, series 2005B (insured: MBIA);
Mary Hospital Authority (PA) (Catholic Health East) health system revenue bonds, series 2004A;
65,065,000 Highlands County, FL Health Facilities Authority hospital revenue bonds, series 2002B (Adventist Health System/Sunbelt Obligated Group).
396,995,000 Arizona Health Facilities Authority revenue bonds (Banner Health) series 2005A (weekly rate securities) (insured: MBIA Insurance Corp.
9 million City of Breckenridge, Minnesota revenue bonds (Catholic Health Initiatives), series 2004A;
340,000,000 variable-rate revenue bonds, series 1999B;
77,300,000 revenue bonds (Catholic Health East) series 1998A (Ambac-insured) 'A+';
117,720,000 Michigan State Hospital Authority, fixed-rate revenue bonds (Trinity Health Credit Group), series 2006A;
The new bonds will be on parity with Ascension's senior outstanding debt, and will be issued as either synthetic variable or multimodal variable revenue bonds, which gives Ascension the option to initially issue the bonds as either fixed-rate or enhanced index put bonds.