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Tax-Exempt Muni Bonds Plunge Shows Little Sign of Slowing

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Tue, 25 Jun 2013

The tax-exempt market took another beating Monday as the 10-year yield rose to a 24-month high and traders said demand for municipal bonds was still deteriorating.

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