Kansas plans to sell $1 billion of taxable bonds by mid-August to shore up its main pension fund, said Jim MacMurray, senior vice president of the Kansas Development Finance Authority, which is handling the sale. Kansas can’t sell the 30-year debt for yields above 5 percent, according to state law.
Kansas plans to sell $1 billion of taxable bonds by mid-August to shore up its main pension fund, said Jim MacMurray, senior vice president of the Kansas Development Finance Authority, which is handling the sale. Kansas can’t sell the 30-year debt for yields above 5 percent, according to state law. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star
Kansas plans to sell $1 billion of taxable bonds by mid-August to shore up its main pension fund, said Jim MacMurray, senior vice president of the Kansas Development Finance Authority, which is handling the sale. Kansas can’t sell the 30-year debt for yields above 5 percent, according to state law. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star

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