Lower Tax-Time Outflows May Be Sign of Heavy Issuance Ahead

Fine, Jacob
April 2002
Bond Buyer;4/26/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31374, p31
Trade Publication
Reports the decline of outflows from money market funds in the U.S. Increase in the rate of year-to-date municipal issuance; Impact of the funds rate of the Federal Reserve Board on short-term interest rates; Effect of time-money market fund outflows on short-term interest rates.


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