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August 15, 1996|Times Staff and Wire Reports

UAL, the parent of United Airlines, agreed to order $2.5 billion in aircraft from Boeing, including Boeing 747, 757 and 777 planes. . . . The Tennessee Valley Authority said it will sell $200 million of new five-year notes today in the first corporate bond sale to be underwritten exclusively by a group of minority-owned investment banks--New York-based Blaylock & Partners.

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