Thursday's Market: Municipal Prices Gain 1/4 Point; Crossover Buying Improves Tone

Monsarrat, Sean; Chesla, Nicholas
October 2001
Bond Buyer;10/26/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31252, p2
Trade Publication
Focuses on fluctuations in the U.S. bond market as of October 26, 2001. Increase in municipal bond prices as of October 25, 2001; Decline in demand for durable consumer goods; Ratings of municipal bond prices done by various rating companies.


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