A total of 48 bidders vied for $800 million of Texas short-term notes yesterday, which sold with a net interest cost of 4.609%, while secondary long-term prices continued to move in a narrow range.

Texas awarded the tax and revenue anticipation notes to four firms, which reoffered the securities to investors at 4.50% net.

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