SLM Holding Corp. announced Thursday that it is unlikely to issue securities backed by student loans in the third quarter.

The Reston, Va.-based company, better known as Sallie Mae, said "turbulence in the global financial markets," which has increased demand for U.S. Treasury securities, has made it difficult to issue debt at interest rates it would find favorable.

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