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Bond Issue

A set of bonds that a company or government offers for sale. That is, when one sells bonds to the public (or offers them for private placement) the collection of those bonds is said to be an issue. If the company or government is selling a set for the first time, it is said to be making a new issue. Typically, bond issues may be bought and sold on the open market, although there are many non-tradable bonds.
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BBVA, Citi, Credit Agricole CIB, Natixis, Royal Bank of Scotland and Societe Generale acted as bookrunners for this bond issue.
Summary: The GCC bond issues till date amount to $8.
Until we rid our LAUSD of Romer, his friends and the high-riding spenders of the school board, no more bond issues should be passed.
Along with Smith Barney and PaineWebber, WR Lazard will senior manage the New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority's $1 billion revenue bond issue.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- Cincinnati-based Student Loan Funding recently closed on an innovative bond issue that increases its capital capacity by nearly $1 billion, positioning it well to meet the future funding needs of college students throughout Ohio and the Midwest.
For further information on NYUHC's swaps, see Fitch's new issue report associated with the series 2007A bond issue.
gasoline-retail subsidiary Citgo also carried out their own bond issues.
Finally, the minister of northern development and mines signs off on the project and bond issues are advertised.
In September the firm broke new ground as sole lead manager in a 10-year $300 million investment-grade bond issue by Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.
The plan for the bond issue also specifies that 30 percent be issued to a California-based firm, and the remaining 40 percent be divided among other firms.
We are delighted with the outcome of this bond issue," said GIB chief executive officer, Dr Yahya A Alyahya.
Global sukuk bond issue exceeded $85 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach $120-130 billion in 2012.