DENVER - In Utah, conservative fiscal management and strong credit ratings are a way of life, and tomorrow's $60 million lease revenue bond sale by a Salt Lake County authority is no exception.

The country's Municipal Building Authority plans to price the issue with insurance, so, like a third of Utah debt sold over the past five years, it will carry triple-A ratings. But analysts say that for a transaction of this sort even the underlying ratings are unusually strong.

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