DALLAS - Oklahoma officials have approved an advance refunding of up to $750 million by the Grand River Dam Authority after setting conditions that include producing at least a 2% present-value savings.

Authority officials said the negotiated underwriting, which is their first transaction since a record $1.15 billion refunding in 1987, could yield as much as a 3% savings by the time it comes to market in October.

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