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Tax-Free Bonds: Big Changes In The Marketplace

Perspectives Content Submission

Tue, 16 Feb 2010

On a relative basis, nowhere has the pace of change been faster than the usually staid tax-free bond market. In fact, the municipal industry might be catching an early glimpse into what “new normal” looks like. With over 50,000 issues and an estimated value of over $2.7 trillion, the municipal bond

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