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  1. After some voice concerns, council OKs city issuing bonds for RiverView project
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 01:46 PM EDT

    The Crookston City Council cleared the way for the city to issue revenue bonds to finance RiverView Health's estimated $48 million construction project.

  2. FOMC preview: Dipping dots
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 12:06 PM EDT

    Although the Federal Reserve has made clear it will hold interest rates for the time being, the panel still has much to discuss, including the end of balance sheet normalization and the Fed’s review of how it formulates, conducts, and communicates monetary policy.

  3. Former county manager settles SEC charges for $10,000
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 11:26 AM EDT

    Former Macon-Bibb County Manager Dale Walker agreed to settle charges he gave an advantage to an investment adviser the SEC said he was pursuing romantically.

  4. N.Y. Fed: March service sector slows as respondents see conditions near normal
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 08:46 AM EDT

    New York service sector activity “grew modestly” in March, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Business Leaders Survey, released Monday.

  5. Buyers beware: Issuance not surging anytime soon
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/15/19 04:06 PM EDT

    Munis have been grooving along but next week will bring tiny issuance, less than $3 billion, along with a Federal Open Market Committee meeting.

  6. De Blasio's risky bet on climate change
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/15/19 02:46 PM EDT

    The New York mayor's $10 billion resilience initiative hinges on whether large-scale federal funding will be available.

  7. New governor puts Maine back on path for land conservation bonds
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/15/19 12:26 PM EDT

    Maine Gov. Janet Mills is backing bonds for a state conservation initiative that her predecessor, conservative firebrand Paul LePage, delayed for the past four years.

  8. Preston Hollow v. Nuveen breaks open high-yield muni world
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/15/19 11:06 AM EDT

    Preston Hollow's accusations against Nuveen of bully tactics underscore the cutthroat competition for market share.

  9. U.S. consumer sentiment exceeds forecasts on income optimism
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/15/19 10:26 AM EDT

    U.S. consumer sentiment rose more than expected as optimism picked up for incomes and the economy, suggesting support for growth in coming months.

  10. Temporarily reduced MSRB fees in dealers' future
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 03/15/19 09:07 AM EDT

    Underwriting, transaction and technology fees will be reduced during a six-month period.

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