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  1. Risk-on swings pendulum back to equities; munis stand pat
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 12/21/21 04:02 PM EST

    U.S. Treasuries saw losses pushing municipal to UST ratios on the 10- and 30-year lower again.

  2. Hefty $15B calendar led by California names
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 12/03/21 04:14 PM EST

    The weaker-than-expected employment report sent U.S. Treasury yields lower and equities sold off. Munis did what they've been doing ? mostly ignored it.

  3. Munis strengthen with Treasuries as stock prices plunge on COVID fears
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 11/26/21 02:24 PM EST

    Municipal yields fell as much as three basis points on Friday as Treasuries soared in a flight-to quality bid as stocks plunged on fears about the emergence of a new COVID variant.

  4. Mutual fund inflows tick up in stronger week for munis
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 10/28/21 04:28 PM EDT

    Amid a flattening municipal yield curve and inversion of the Treasury market, new issues fared better than the secondary on Thursday as participants prepared for month end.

  5. Munis face slight pressure amid primary flood
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 10/19/21 04:17 PM EDT

    Spreads have been widening, but secondary trading was on the light side and triple-A benchmarks were cut by only a basis point in spots even as U.S. Treasury yields once again rose on the 10- and 30-year.

  6. First cuts to yields in weeks, but munis still outperform risk-on trade
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 09/23/21 04:18 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasuries sold off by double digits while municipals cut levels by one to three basis points. Refinitiv Lipper reported another $1.55 billion of inflows for the 29th consecutive week.

  7. Billions price into primary, do little to move benchmarks
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 09/14/21 04:25 PM EDT

    Large new issues from California, New York utilities and airport deals were repriced to lower yields and remained the focus for the municipal market, again ignoring a swing by U.S. Treasuries.

  8. A touch weaker, but munis outperform U.S. Treasuries
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 09/07/21 04:24 PM EDT

    As the market prepares for a smaller primary calendar in the holiday-shortened week, fund flows again are worth exploring as a strong demand component for 2021.

  9. Munis still in the red but start last week of August steady
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 08/23/21 04:03 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasuries gave little direction Monday, holding ratios and yields steady, leading most participants to argue both are satisfactory to ride out the summer.

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