The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) plans to sell another $1.26 billion of its corporate bailout bonds this week, after last week's successful offering of $1.51 billion worth.

The bonds, which carry a federal guarantee, have proved popular with investors who have snapped up more than $20 billion worth since NCUA began selling them in October to finance the liquidation of five failed corporate credit unions.

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