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Despite Low Yields and Less Supply, Muni Bond Players Optimistic About 2013

Financial Planning News

Thu, 20 Dec 2012

As the market prepares to ring in 2013, municipal experts have mostly positive expectations for interest rates, credit quality, investor demand, and the viability of municipals' tax exemption in the New Year, mixed with some lingering apprehensions about

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