Munis Unchanged, Treasuries Slide: Data, Fed Led to Week of Declines

Chesla, Nicholas; Johnson, Anastasija
June 2004
Bond Buyer;6/21/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31909, p2
Trade Publication
Analyzes the yield performance of United States Treasuries and municipal bonds on June 18, 2004. Decline of yields; Impact of Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan's statement on federal funds rate; Statements on the impact of foreign investment on the current account deficit by Mike Moran, chief economist of Daiwa Securities.


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