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What's in My Bond Fund? The Detroit Bankruptcy and Its Impact on Muni-Bond Portfolios

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Thu, 12 Sep 2013

Concerns about the Motor City bankruptcy have helped rattle muni markets, but how much direct exposure does the typical muni-bond fund hold?

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