Municipal Tone Finishes Weaker; Report Points to Slowing Activity

Monsarrat, Sean; Chesla, Nicholas
September 2002
Bond Buyer;9/12/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31469, p2
Trade Publication
Reports the slowdown on the overall economic activity according to the Federal Reserve in the U.S. Increase of prices with the absence of terrorist incidents affecting the equity investors; Details on unlimited tax general obligation corporate purpose bonds in the primary market; Maturity of tax-free market funds by one�46 days.


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