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Despite Interest Rate Concerns, Muni Volatility May Offer an Entry Point

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Wed, 10 Jul 2013

As we approach the midway point of 2013, the capital markets have many concerns: the potential end of quantitative easing (QE3), the slow rate of economic growth, the stubbornly high unemployment rate and the sorry state of affairs in both federal and state government finances. I won’t speculate on

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