New Jersey plans to sell $1.3 billion of short-term notes today, using a competitive structure in which firms can bid on the deal as either fixed-rate notes, standard variable-rate demand notes, notes pegged to an index, or a mixture of the three.

The two variable-rate portions will require swaps to offset the state's exposure to interest rate fluctuations.

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