CHICAGO - The University of Toledo will enter the market today with roughly $35 million of fixed-rate general receipts bonds in the first of two series that will refund recent notes used to take out all the system's insured variable-rate demand bonds.

On July 16 the university plans to sell $58.4 million of variable-rate demand bonds that will be supported by a letter of credit from JPMorgan Chase NA.

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