Tax law changes could create new opportunities for muni investors.
The debate over tax changes sparked a record amount of muni market activity at the end of 2017 and the impact of the final bill will be felt for months ahead.
Passive investing in the municipal market is gaining steam.
Despite concerns about Puerto Rico and higher rates, municipal-bond funds have continued their run in 2016.
Nearly a year after Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla declared that the commonwealth couldn't pay its debt, little has been resolved to give its residents or its investors any solace.
This fund is the largest and most-liquid municipal-bond ETF.
The mutual fund giant takes a passive approach to the diverse and fragmented muni-bond market -- and takes on iShares, to boot.
Stable market conditions and client demand signal the right time for the firm to launch the first tax-exempt index open-end mutual fund.
Fidelity’s municipal-bond funds are worthy of note.
Investors should expect continued volatility.
Three non-traditional bond managers discuss the evolution of their strategies, main inputs into their portfolio construction, and how they expect to navigate the changing market environment ahead.
Breaking the mold.
Relevant questions (and answers) for investors as they continue their research into bankruptcy and pension issues.
Even with the extraordinary events occurring in Detroit, the credit quality of the muni market remains high, says Morningstar's Beth Foos.