The state of Connecticut really wants to raise $325 million of lengthy-term fixed-rate debt. One alternative is to get this done artificially--problem lengthy-term variable rate debt and enter an rate of interest swap. The case is really a vehicle for examining various floating rate structures and several types of swaps. Also boosts issues relevant towards the default chance of swaps, along with the term structure from the tax free and taxed debt marketplaces.
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