After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey is now planning to sell its $2.6 billion tax and revenue anticipation notes in a negotiated offering, instead of the originally planned competitive sale.

The notes had been scheduled to price Oct. 30, but the deal was postponed indefinitely by Hurricane Sandy’s arrival.

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