Quantcast
Image: Bloomberg News
Trump is breaking with a years-long, bipartisan accord to keep defense and non-defense budget levels the same, sources said.
Trump’s proposed budget “will emaciate public services and protections,” said the director of Public Citizen’s Congress Watch Division.
Troubles at the Oroville Dam in Northern California highlight the need for infrastructure maintenance and investment.  more »
Credit concerns are mounting over the financial stability of Toshiba Co., parent of the company building partly municipal bond-financed nuclear units in South Carolina and Georgia.  more »
Building Trump’s wall on the Mexico border could raise costs for other projects in the border region by impacting material and labor prices.  more »
Top-rated municipal bonds finished mostly weaker on Monday, according to traders, ahead of this week’s $4.3 billion new issue calendar.  more »
Amount
Issuer
St
Description
Sale Date
Sale Time
$450,000
Calif. Infra & EDB
CA
Revenue bonds
03/01/17
9am ET
$375,000
New York City MWFA
NY
Revenue bonds
02/28/17
9am ET
$317,780
Clark County
NV
GOs
03/01/17
11:30am ET
$251,640
Oklahoma Dev Auth
OK
Revenue bonds
03/01/17
9am ET
$225,000
Baltimore Co.
MD
BANs
03/01/17
10:45am ET
Index
Current
Previous
High
Low
Rev. Bond
4.08%
4.11%
5.40%
2.98%
20-Bond
3.92%
3.94%
5.03%
2.80%
11-Bond
3.43%
3.45%
4.75%
2.39%
 
Current
Previous
High*
Low*
BB40 Index
123-27
123-30
136-01
107-01
Average Price
102.18
102.27
114.72
84.90
Yield to Par Call
4.04
4.03
6.35
2.52
Yield to Maturity
4.23
4.22
5.34
3.71

(* for calendar year)

Amount
Issuer
St
Description
Sale Date
Sale Time
$53,077
Hoboken
NJ
BANs
02/28/17
11am ET
$19,745
Ohio Attorney Gen'l
OH
COPs
02/28/17
10:30am ET
$18,244
Mount Laurel Twp
NJ
BANs
02/28/17
11am ET
$15,714
Portland
ME
GOs
02/28/17
11am ET
$11,273
Hoboken
NJ
GOs
02/28/17
11am ET


Ohio University sports financing expert and former player agent Bob Boland sifts through the messy issue of bond financing for NFL stadiums and franchise relocation with Bond Buyer northeast regional editor Paul Burton.

As we await details of the new administration’s infrastructure plans, we must continue to demonstrate the strengths of the tax-exempt municipal market that we have today.

Upcoming Events

Career Zone

Jobs
Already a subscriber? Log in here
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.