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  1. Munis face continued selling pressure, ICI reports $6.2B outflows
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 05/11/22 04:13 PM EDT

    Outflows continue with the Investment Company Institute reporting $6.167 billion pulled from muni bond mutual funds in the week ending May 4, up from $5.371 billion of outflows in the previous week.?

  2. Munis mixed, USTs rally on short end after half-point rate hike
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 05/04/22 04:27 PM EDT

    Outflows continue with the Investment Company Institute reporting $5.371 billion pulled from muni bond mutual funds in the week ending April 27.?Exchange-traded funds?saw inflows at $1 billion.

  3. Municipal yields hold steady; ICI reports $7.2B outflows
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 04/20/22 04:32 PM EDT

    The Investment Company Institute reported investors pulled $7.2 billion from municipal bond mutual funds, the largest figure since the outlier months of March 2020 when investors yanked $24 billion in two weeks.

  4. Iowa Fertilizer Co. debuts investment grade ratings with bond refunding
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 04/19/22 01:54 PM EDT

    The Iowa Fertilizer Co. will refund its Midwestern Disaster Area revenue bonds with a new structure that yields higher Fitch, Moody's and S&P ratings.

  5. Munis mixed; ICI reports highest outflows since March 2020
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 04/13/22 04:13 PM EDT

    Investors pulled more from municipal bond mutual funds as the Investment Company Institute on Wednesday reported $4.786 billion of outflows, up from $4.459 billion of outflows in the previous week.

  6. D.C. deal is its first P3; tax-exempts will upgrade lights, add Wi-Fi
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 04/08/22 12:36 PM EDT

    A mostly tax-exempt deal will let the District Department of Transportation to put energy efficient LEDs in its 75,000 streetlights.

  7. For first time in 17 years, New Jersey?s GOs get a credit upgrade from S&P
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 04/01/22 10:25 AM EDT

    The upgrade to A-minus from BBB-plus "reflects what we view as material improvement in the state's structural deficit and near-term liquidity," S&P said.

  8. Dallas Fort Worth airport prepares takeoff for $1.19 billion of new debt
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/28/22 01:39 PM EDT

    Dallas Fort Worth International Airport will bring its first new money issue since 2017 to the municipal bond market next week, buoyed by an rating upgrade.

  9. Moody's upgrades New Jersey GOs to A2
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/02/22 03:14 PM EST

    Moody's (MCO) said the upgrade reflects continuing strong revenue and liquidity trends, completion of a debt-reduction program and increased pension contributions.

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