The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is scheduled to sell $1 billion of cigarette-tax revenue refunding bonds on Tuesday, with retail pricing Monday.

“We suspect this will be an attractive purchase for investors,” said Andrew Pratt, communications director at the New Jersey treasurer’s office. The NJEDA is a state instrumentality.

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