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  1. BRIEF-Eaton Vance Municipal Bond Fund Announces Final Results Of Tender Offer
    Reuters | 07/11/24 04:47 PM EDT

    Eaton Vance Municipal Bond Fund (EIM) : * EATON VANCE MUNICIPAL BOND FUND ANNOUNCES FINAL RESULTS OF TENDER OFFER Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  2. Rating agency S&P sends debt warning to US, France and other top economies
    Reuters | 07/02/24 08:00 AM EDT

    The United States, France and major economies are unlikely to halt the rises in their debt levels in the next few years, credit rating firm S&P Global warned on Tuesday. The assessment comes ahead of upcoming elections in the U.S., Britain and France where governments are pledging to improve economies, social services and voters' daily lives.

  3. JFK Airport's New Terminal One issues $2.55 bln in green bonds to refinance loans
    Reuters | 06/27/24 02:02 PM EDT

    The New Terminal One, a consortium of labor, operating and financial partners at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, said on Thursday it issued $2.55 billion in green bonds, the largest-ever municipal bond financing for an airport project. It is the second time JFK's NTO issued bonds in less than a year to refinance about $6.63 billion in bank loans.

  4. Analysis-Falling bond yields leave China's central bank facing tough call
    Reuters | 06/14/24 02:19 AM EDT

    China's central bank faces a looming test of its resolve to curb the financial stability risks it sees in a rallying bond market as it runs counter to its view of the economy by depicting a long-term outlook of soft growth and low inflation.

  5. BRIEF-MarketAxess Announces First Portfolio Trade For Tax-Exempt Municipal Bonds
    Reuters | 06/13/24 08:45 AM EDT

    Marketaxess Holdings Inc (MKTX): * MARKETAXESS ANNOUNCES FIRST PORTFOLIO TRADE FOR TAX-EXEMPT MUNICIPAL BONDS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  6. Explainer-What to expect as US moves towards faster stock settlement
    Reuters | 05/28/24 07:18 AM EDT

    U.S. markets are set for an upheaval on Tuesday when the settlement time for U.S. equities, corporate municipal bonds and other securities will be halved to one day, or T+1, after the adoption of a new Securities and Exchange Commission rule in February 2023. Here is what to expect: WHAT IS SETTLEMENT? A trade settlement occurs when the buyer receives the security and the seller is paid.

  7. What to expect as US moves towards faster stock settlement
    Reuters | 05/24/24 01:03 PM EDT

    U.S. markets are set for an upheaval on Tuesday, May 28, when the settlement time for U.S. equities, corporate municipal bonds and other securities will be halved to one day, or T+1, following the adoption of a new Securities and Exchange Commission rule in February 2023. Here is what to expect: WHAT IS SETTLEMENT?

  8. What to expect as US moves towards faster stock settlement
    Reuters | 05/24/24 06:11 AM EDT

    U.S. markets are set for an upheaval on Tuesday, May 28, when the settlement time for U.S. equities, corporate municipal bonds and other securities will be halved to one day, or T+1, following the adoption of a new Securities and Exchange Commission rule in February 2023. Here is what to expect: WHAT IS SETTLEMENT?

  9. EXPLAINER-What to expect as US moves towards faster stock settlement
    Reuters | 05/24/24 06:00 AM EDT

    U.S. markets are set for an upheaval on Tuesday, May 28, when the settlement time for U.S. equities, corporate municipal bonds and other securities will be halved to one day, or T+1, following the adoption of a new Securities and Exchange Commission rule in February 2023. Here is what to expect: WHAT IS SETTLEMENT?

  10. BRIEF-S&P Says Illinois 2024A-B Go Bonds Assigned 'A-' Rating Other Ratings Affirmed
    Reuters | 04/25/24 06:06 PM EDT

    S&P Global: * S&P SAYS ILLINOIS 2024A-B GO BONDS ASSIGNED 'A-' RATING; OTHER RATINGS AFFIRMED.

In general the bond market is volatile, and fixed income securities carry interest rate risk. (As interest rates rise, bond prices usually fall, and vice versa. This effect is usually more pronounced for longer-term securities.) Fixed income securities also carry inflation risk and credit and default risks for both issuers and counterparties. Unlike individual bonds, most bond funds do not have a maturity date, so avoiding losses caused by price volatility by holding them until maturity is not possible.

Lower-quality debt securities generally offer higher yields, but also involve greater risk of default or price changes due to potential changes in the credit quality of the issuer. Any fixed income security sold or redeemed prior to maturity may be subject to loss.

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