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Even Downside Has Upside

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Wed, 10 Jul 2013

Financial markets have seen tremendous volatility in the past few weeks,and municipal bonds have not been immune. The typically tame asset class saw rates spike and bond prices fall as the markets broadly reacted to the long accommodative Federal Reserve’s hints of retreat. Recent days have deliver

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