Dealer Inventories Grow Fat Yet Again

Fine, Jacob
September 2002
Bond Buyer;9/18/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31473, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on broker-deal municipal bond inventories in the U.S. Holdings of municipal debts; Amount of municipal bonds issued in the second quarter of 2002; Municipal holdings of the household sector.


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