TITLE

Ratio of municipals to treasuries rises

AUTHOR(S)
Kuiper, Mark T.
PUB. DATE
November 1997
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;11/04/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30266, p32
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports the increase in the after-tax ratio of municipal-to- ten-year Treasuries. Basis of the increase; Quote on the long-term municipal-to-30-year Treasury ratio based on Massachusetts Turnpike Authority revenues due in 2027.
ACCESSION #
9711214243

 

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