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Munis—The Next Debt Crisis?

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Thu, 21 Oct 2010

Municipal bonds have historically been seen as a low-risk option for investors. As a result, investors faced with uncertainty in the economy, volatility in the equity markets, and the potential of tax increases have been pouring cash into municipal bond funds—nearly $23 billion in net inflows from

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