The Bond Buyer Online Starts Market Statistics Archive

May 2003
Bond Buyer;5/29/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31645, p3
Trade Publication
The Bond Buyer Online Web site plans to launch a Market Statistics Archive on May 29, 2003 that will provide the Web site's premium subscribers with a tool to access market data compiled by daily public finance newspapers, some of which date back a century. The archive will permit custom searches of data collected over the decades as part of The Bond Buyer Indexes, the one-year note index, the municipal bond index, the visible supply lists of upcoming negotiated and competitive transactions, bond elections, and annual municipal debt totals. The archive is available to site subscribers who purchase a premium package that also includes access to the Web site's editorial archive, which carries the newspaper's editorial content dating back to 1990.


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