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Tax-Exempt Bonds Delivery in May, Extend April’s Gains

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Tue, 14 Jun 2011

The tax-exempt market notched another strong month in May as new issuance remained low and total supply appeared likely to remain scarce for the rest of the year. May’s total issuance was $21 billion — low by historical standards, but the first month since December 2010 to surpass $20 billion. Roug

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