line of credit

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Synonyms for line of credit

the maximum credit that a customer is allowed

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The bonds of each subseries are subject to mandatory tender: on interest mode conversion dates; on the business day following the end of each commercial paper or term interest rate period; upon the expiration or termination of the subseries LOC; upon the substitution of the subseries LOC if the substitution will cause a reduction or withdrawal of the rating assigned to the bonds; and upon the failure by the City to provide funds to the fiscal agent for payment on principal and interest on the bonds on a payment date.
150 million series F-3 rated 'AA-/F1+', based on the LOC severally provided by The Bank of New York and California Public Employees' Retirement System;
150 million series F-4 rated 'AA-/F1+', based on the LOC provided by Bank of America, N.
50,000,000 series 2005A3 bonds rated 'AA-/F1+' based on the LOC provided by Bank of America, N.
150,000,000 series 2005B1 bonds rated 'AA-/F1+' based on the LOC provided by Bank of America, N.
5, 2005 in connection with the substitution of the LOCs for the series 1997B, 2002A, and 2004A bonds.
Series 2004A bonds 'AA+/F1+' based on the LOC severally provided by Citibank, N.
There are many reasons why LOCs score over traditional methods of analysis," explains Technical Insights Research Analyst Katherine Austin.
200MM series 2004C-6 rated 'AA+/F1+'based on the LOC provided
The stated expiration date for the LOCs securing the subseries H-1, H-2, H-3 and H-4 bonds is Nov.
31, 2007 (the 'stated expiration date') of the LOCs, unless extended; any prior termination of the respective LOC supporting the bonds; or defeasance of the bonds.
31, 2007, (the 'Stated Expiration Date') of the LOCs, unless extended; any prior termination of the respective LOC supporting the bonds; or defeasance of the bonds.