SAN FRANCISCO — Oregon will sell $245 million of general obligation debt this week in a deal that demonstrates the strong demand in the market because much of the sale are second refinancings.

The sale will price for retail on Tuesday and for institutions on Wednesday, selling four series of bonds that will have only around $37 million of new money for university capital projects, according to Laura Lockwood-McCall, director of the debt management division at the Oregon State Treasury.

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