After a two-week delay due to Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey is planning to sell its $2.6 billion of tax and revenue anticipation notes on Thursday in a negotiated sale, instead of the planned competitive offering.

New Jersey originally planned to auction the notes on Oct. 30, but after it became clear that Sandy would hit, the state postponed the sale and selected JPMorgan to be the deal's sole manager.

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