Christine Albano

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Market Post: Subtle Moves Ahead of Illinois Toll Bond Pricing
October 30, 2014 Municipals were trading in sympathy with Treasuries Thursday morning, as the market digested the news that the Federal Reserve...

Market Post: Munis Quiet as Illinois Toll Deal Offers Attractive Yields
October 30, 2014 The municipal market was quiet Thursday afternoon, with an unchanged tone from the open as the $400 million Illinois State...

Market Post: Munis Quiet Awaiting News from the FOMC
October 29, 2014 Municipals were unchanged to slightly weaker Wednesday morning as traders awaited the outcome of the two-day meeting of the...

Market Post: Midday Activity Still Lackluster as FOMC News Nears
October 29, 2014 A lull continued over the municipal market at midday Wednesday with low yields an obstacle to getting investors interested.

Market Close: Muni Market Takes QE3 News in Stride
October 29, 2014 Municipal market reaction was muted Wednesday after the Federal Open Market Committee affirmed the Federal Reserve would end...

Speculative NYC Deal to Dominate the Primary Market
October 25, 2014 A $1.6 billion New York City Development Corporation nonrated financing for the 3 World Trade Center Tower project will...

Orrick Hangs Onto Top Position in Shrinking Market
October 21, 2014 Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP and Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP maintained their positions atop bond counsel rankings as...

Weekly Volume to Rise to $7.37 Billion
October 19, 2014 This week's new-issue activity will be led by a billion-dollar transportation bond sale from California and a trio of large...

Market Close: Traders See 'Ideal' Time To Buy Triple-A
October 16, 2014 Today's low-yield environment creates an optimal time to purchase triple-A rated bonds, traders said.

Volume Rises to $6.34 Billion with DASNY Deal at the Helm
October 12, 2014 More than $6 billion of long-term new issuance is expected to arrive in the primary market this week, led by a $1.1 billion...

Americans are suffering the consequences of Congress, governors and legislators across the U.S. pushing the burden of today's costs onto the backs of tomorrow's taxpayers by repeatedly putting off infrastructure repairs and new construction.

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