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Shelly Sigo

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Hillview, Ky., Plans to Leave Bonds Alone in Bankruptcy
August 27, 2015 Hillview, Ky., filed for bankruptcy to stop interest accruing on an $11.4 million adverse judgment and will pay its $3.2...

Virginia Revenues Outpace Forecasts by 42%
August 27, 2015 Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe told a legislative panel that a "reversal in fortune" positioned state revenues to outpace...

North Carolina Extends Budget Talks for Third Time
August 27, 2015 North Carolina legislators hope that third time is a charm after passing yet another continuing resolution to keep state...

Kentucky Issues Bonds for Statewide Internet System
August 26, 2015 A Kentucky conduit is issuing $230 million of bonds this week to provide financing for a public-private partnership building a...

New Orleans Recovers from Hurricane Katrina, Challenges Remain: Moody's
August 24, 2015 As the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina nears, New Orleans has seen many improvements although the city still faces...

Florida Environmental Bonds Upgraded Before Deal
August 24, 2015 Higher debt service coverage won Florida's environmental restoration bonds two rating upgrades ahead of a $46.5M competitive...

Kentucky Town Cites $11.4M Judgment in Bankruptcy
August 21, 2015 Hillview, Ky, filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy on Thursday listing its largest debt as an $11.4 million judgment for breach of...

Atlanta Braves Stadium Bonds Price Tuesday
August 21, 2015 Cobb County, Ga., plans to competitively bid $372.55 million of AAA-rated taxable bonds on Tuesday to finance the Atlanta...

Florida on Track for Record Revenues, Again
August 20, 2015 Florida's economists predict the state will rake in record revenues in fiscal 2016 and 2017, although state officials should...

Southeast Volume Skyrockets 85%
August 19, 2015 Issuers in the Southeast sold $41.56 billion of bonds in the first half of 2015, an 85% increase in year-over-year volume...


A budget compromise this year to reduce sequester cuts seems unlikely, and agencies like the Defense Department have fewer opportunities to reduce the impact of spending cuts.

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