announced that today it will call for redemption on January 12, 2003 all of its outstanding 7 3/4% Quarterly Income Capital Securities, (Series A Subordinated Deferrable Interest Debentures) at a redemption price of 100% of the principal amount thereof, together with accrued interest from January 1, 2003 to and including January 11, 2003.
What does QUICS stand for?
QUICS stands for Quarterly Income Capital Securities
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National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation ("CFC") announced today that it will redeem its entire issue of National Rural Utilities Quarterly Income Capital Securities, Series NRY (QUICS) at par.
s (CFC) $400 million quarterly income capital securities (QUICS) to single-'A' from single-'A'-plus.
375% Quarterly Income Capital Securities (Subordinated Interest Deferrable Debentures, Due 2025) (NYSE: SMQ) are being called for redemption.
7 billion of outstanding commercial paper, collateralized trust bonds, senior unsecured notes, and quarterly income capital securities.
DCR currently rates CP&L as follows: senior secured debt 'A+' (Single-A-Plus), noncollateralized PCRBs 'A' (Single-A), quarterly income capital securities and preferred stock 'A-' (Single-A-Minus) and commercial paper and variable rate mode noncollateralized PCRBs 'D-1' (D-One).
Fitch also rates CFC's medium-term notes and guaranteed transactions are rated 'A', quarterly income capital securities 'A-', and commercial paper 'F1'.
8 billion of medium term notes, leveraged lease debt and long-term, tax exempt guarantees at 'AA-', $200 million of quarterly income capital securities at 'A+' and $5.