Cash flows pick up, But managers are more concerned with finding value

Polyak, Ilana
December 1997
Bond Buyer;12/05/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30286, p6
Trade Publication
Presents information on cash flows and managers concerns regarding value. Comments from Walter Beveridge, municipal funds manager at Charles Schwab and Company; Concerns of managers; Detailed information on the cash flow pick up.


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