CHICAGO — The Nebraska Investment Finance Authority Thursday will price $196 million of fixed-rate bonds, followed in two weeks by $478 million of variable-rate debt, in a deal aimed at helping the authority better manage its swap risk.

The borrowing — which will mark the authority's largest bond transaction to date — includes a mix of new-money and refunding single-family housing revenue bonds that are rated AAA by Standard & Poor's.

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