Texas Buyers Finding Little Reason to Stray From Home

Fine, Jacob
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/17/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32341, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the status of the Texas bond market and describes the investment preferences of Texans. The state has no state income tax and residents prefer Texas bonds, according to a study by a municipal bond trader at a Houston, Texas firm. However, it is asserted that 25 percent of residents who prefer Texas bonds are also comfortable with some out-of-state names for diversification purposes.


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