SAN FRANCISCO - After pricing its massive $8.8 billion revenue anticipation note sale on the low end of its projected yield range yesterday, California now turns to a general obligation bond sale planned in two weeks.

JPMorgan priced the notes - the second largest note sale on record, according to Thomson Reuters, after California's $9 billion Ran sale of 2002 - with a top yield of 1.5% for the $5.975 billion Series A-2, which matures on June 23.

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