Mammoth deals from three issuers will thunder into the primary market this week as underwriters price an estimated $11.33 billion of long-term supply in what is likely the last significant calendar of 2013.

The deals are expected to include more than $2 billion of refunding bonds from California's Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency that will be priced in two series of bonds on Thursday by Barclays and Goldman, Sachs & Co.; almost $2.1 billion of tax-exempt and taxable debt that Goldman and Morgan Stanley will price for the Utility Debt Securitization Authority of New York on Wednesday; and $1.6 billion of New York State Thruway junior indebtedness obligations that Citi will bring to market on Thursday.

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