N.Y.C. rans hit the spot; saturation with variable-rate notes may be near

Kruger, Daniel
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/10/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30249, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on money market funds in New York City, New York. Resurgence in the issuance of synthetic variable-rate demand notes; Supply-starved municipal money funds market; Yield curve; Tight spreads for credit; Synthetic weekly and daily derivatives products.


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