CHICAGO - The Indiana Finance Authority expects to begin converting $611 million of outstanding auction-rate securities into variable-rate demand bonds starting Friday in a series of daily remarketings that will continue through April 3.

The move - coming a week after the authority refinanced another $178 million of auction-rate debt into fixed-rate mode - will refinance all but a small piece of the IFA's remaining ARS.

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