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16 June 2021
10:09 hour

Market Extra: ‘Food fight’ in the municipal-bond market as demand devours all supply

Market Watch

10/06/2021 - 21:33

Supply-demand metrics are so topsy-turvy that the municipal market is turning away customers - with no relief in sight.


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