Market Indicators

November 2001
Bond Buyer;11/8/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31261, p37
Trade Publication
Presents prices for several market indicators of the U.S as of November 08, 2001. Outline of municipal bond index; Average dollar price; Average yield of the bonds after maturity.


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