June 2000
Bond Buyer;06/19/2000, Vol. 332 Issue 30915, p32
Trade Publication
Presents charts and graphs on the municipal bond market in the United States as of June 19, 2000 Short-term tax-exempt yields; Securities prices; Visible supply declines; New-issue balances; Futures market; Municipal bond index.


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