In the week ended Feb. 11, the weekly average yield to maturity of the Bond Buyer Municipal Bond Index fell four basis points to 4.01% from 4.05% in the previous week. The BB40 Index is based on the price of 40 long-term bonds.
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State governors and other public officials who warned that new Environmental Protection Agency regulations could cause significant economic harm to their states and localities are hailing the Supreme Courtís decision to place a stay on the EPAís plan.
LAKEWOOD RANCH -- With the stroke of a pen Friday, Rex Jensen signed off on a $79.5 million bond issue that will pay for roads and utilities in Schroeder-Manatee Ranch's massive Waterside project in Sarasota County.
LAKEWOOD RANCH -- With the stroke of a pen Friday, Rex Jensen, signed off on a $79.5 million bond issue that will pay for roads and utilities in Schroeder-Manatee Ranch's massive Waterside project in Sarasota County.
Palm Beach County voters could be asked to consider sales tax changes twice in three months this year if county government officials and firefighters move forward with a timeline that was discussed during a County Commission meeting on Tuesday.
The Internal Revenue Service appears is stepping up its audit of $80 million of Arborwood Community Development District's 2006 bonds and appears to be focusing in part on the Florida CDD's board and land that may have been purchased at too high of a price.
Gerrard Bushell, the new CEO and president for the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, outlines his goals for one of the nation's leading municipal bond issuers with northeast regional reporter Andrew Coen.
While the SEC's MCDC Initiative has provided some clarity with regard to materiality and confirmed that the reasonable diligence standard of Rule 15c2-12 applies to both negotiated and competitive deals, no clarity has been offered with regard to the extent of the reasonable diligence obligations of those participating in competitive deals, as co-managers, syndicate members or selling dealers. ...