New Jersey officials plan to price $1.6 billion of notes today, three months after the embarrassment of missing by one day a $300 million payment on a 1991 note deal.

Market sources agreed the sale is unlikely to suffer as a result of the June mishap, because it is widely considered to have been a quickly corrected technical glitch rather than a reflection on the state's commitment to paying bills on time.

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