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Largest Municipal ETF at Discount for First Time in 5 Months

Financial Planning News

Tue, 18 Dec 2012

The largest exchange-traded fund tracking municipal bonds traded at a discount to its underlying assets for the first time since July as states and cities flooded the market with the most borrowing in six months.

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