California priced $5.4 billion of revenue anticipation notes a day ahead of schedule Wednesday, after getting retail orders for more than 65% of the deal, according to the state treasurer’s office.

The state sold the notes at 0.38% for May maturity and at 0.40% for June maturity. Retail investors ordered $3.55 billion of the short-term debt.

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