DALLAS -- Texas received an historic low interest rate of 0.201% on its Aug. 27 sale of tax and revenue anticipation notes, state comptroller Susan Combs said.

“The best ratings from Wall Street ratings firms and strong demand for Texas notes helped drive down the borrowing cost,” Combs said.

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