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I believe there may be potential value in municipal bond closed-end funds at this point in time. Here are some reasons why.
We have crossed over into the second half of the 2015 calendar year and with that, it is an academic – but instructive – exercise to see where we have been and how we have performed.
This past weekend Governor Padilla of Puerto Rico inspired this headline in the New York Times “Puerto Rico’s Governor Says Island’s Debts Are ‘Not Payable.’”
Yesterday Bond Buyer interviewed Jim Colby, Senior Municipal Strategist, and discussed transportation infrastructure.
Municipal bond market performance has been undeniably uninspiring during April and May. The total return for the Barclays Municipal Bond Index has actually turned negative (-0.02%) year-to-date, according to Barclays, as of this writing.
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