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Still Standing, Still Cheap

Perspectives Content Submission

Tue, 17 Jan 2012

Executive Summary Despite starting the year as one of the more despised asset classes, municipal bonds turned in a stellar performance in 2011, gaining approximately 10% and outperforming not only equities but most fixed-income benchmarks. Last year’s performance defied the dire forecasts for the s

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