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Muni Credit Concerns Nothing New

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Thu, 23 Dec 2010

An unusual amount of attention has been focused on the municipal bond market over the past several weeks due to rising yields and falling prices. Most reports highlight fiscal problems, but we believe that the culprits are supply and demand. While certain segments of the municipal market are worthy

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