Kyle Glazier covers markets, infrastructure, and the Far West for The Bond Buyer. He has previously covered the securities beat. Kyle is focused on Far West issuers in Northern California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska, and writes about national topics including pensions. He has previously written for the Houston Chronicle, Albany Times-Union, and The Denver Post. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Arizona State University and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Colorado.
The muni market officially got much of what it has spent years fighting for on Thursday, when President Trump signed the banking bill that makes tradable, investment grade municipal securities high-quality liquid assets under federal banking rules.
The National Federation of Municipal Analysts is concerned that a district court ruling on Puerto Rico highway bonds could be a landmark change for the worse when it comes to how investors view revenue bonds.