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This week we arrived at Tax Freedom Day the first day of the year in which the nation as a whole has theoretically earned enough income to fund its annual tax burden. I can only speculate that the slowdown of inflows into munis is possibly related to investors allocating the...
An equity market rebound such as we witnessed yesterday ( 181 points as measured by the DJIA 1 ) usually spells doom for the fixed-income markets. Additionally the revelation that Bill Gross has reduced his holdings in U.S. Treasuries by 4-5% would further the notion that th...
Governmental issuers of municipal bonds will continue under scrutiny as long as unemployment remains above 8% and the soft housing market continues. This focus is warranted due to concerns over muni bond price declines for issuers struggling with economic recovery.
Both Wednesday (3/28) and Thursday (3/29) municipal prices regained lost ground especially in the intermediate part of the curve . Why? 1) New issue supply fell by nearly 50% week over week; 2) Bernanke s testimony implied more Fed stimulus to support employment; and 3) Data...
After suffering under the recent pressure of significant new-issue supply the muni market recovered its footing and ended this week with a positive finish. Demand is being driven by arbitrageurs ( arbs ) who are attracted to the intermediate part of the yield curve where the...
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