Raytheon Co. is not expected to seek new bank financing for its plan to buy Texas Instruments' defense electronics holdings for $2.95 billion in cash.

Instead, Raytheon is expected to fund the purchase with an existing $3 billion five-year revolving credit facility arranged in 1995, when it shelled out $2.3 billion to buy defense-electronics producer E-Systems.

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