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  1. Muni Indexes Stable Despite Treasury Yield Decline
    BY SourceMedia Bond Buyer 07:05 PM EDT

    The weekly average yield to maturity of the Bond Buyer Municipal Bond Index, which is based on 40 long-term bond prices, was up 1 basis point to 4.65 for the week ending April 24. The 20- Bond GO Index of 20- year general obligation yields ticked up one basis point to 4.33%, the highest since April 3. The 11- Bond GO Index of higher-grade 20- year GO yields also climbed a...

  2. Treasury 7-Year Notes Go At 2.317% High Yield
    BY SourceMedia Bond Buyer 07:05 PM EDT

    The Treasury Department auctioned $29 billion of seven-year notes, with a 2.25% coupon, a 2.317% high yield, a price of 99.569351. Tenders totaled $75,369,440,700 and the Treasury accepted $29,000,021,700 including $21,140,700 non-competitive. The notes are dated April 30 and are due April 30, 2021.

  3. Treasury to Sell $15B 2-Year Floaters
    BY SourceMedia Bond Buyer 07:05 PM EDT

    The Treasury Department said it will auction $15 billion two-year notes floating rate notes on Tuesday, April 29. The notes are due April 30, 2016. The Federal Reserve holds $1.000 million of Treasury notes in the System Open Market Account, which may be refunded.

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With a new chair, the Fed looks prepared to continue its push to keep rates low.

Bonds are showing signs of strength after a challenging 2013, but expect volatility.

Shorter duration bonds may provide limited price volatility and varying levels of income.

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