On June 1, 2012, BlackRock issued a press release that referenced an original initial public offering ("IPO") price of $10 per share for BlackRock Municipal 2018 Term Trust (NYSE:BPK), BlackRock California Municipal 2018 Term Trust (NYSE:BJZ) and BlackRock New York Municipal 2018 Term Trust (NYSE:BLH) (each, a "Fund"). Each Fund's IPO price was in fact $15 per share, and each Fund’s IPO in took place in October 2001.
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