California plans to sell $5.4 billion of revenue anticipation notes the week of Sept. 12 to pay off the bridge loan secured at the end of July to avoid market chaos, according to the state treasurer’s office. Wells Fargo Securities and Barclays Capital are joint senior managers.

The state has also announced underwriting teams for several tentative deals, including two general obligation bond sales later in the year. Tom Dresslar, spokesman for Treasurer Bill Lockyer, said the specifics of the GO sales are uncertain, and there may only be one.

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