After almost a year of anticipation, the long-looming ominous cloud of a Federal Reserve taper finally broke on the municipal market last week. The ensuing storm has been but a whimper, said Bank of America's Phil Fischer.

In the fifth trading day since the Fed announced it would reduce its bond-buying program by $10 billion each month, beginning in January, municipal bonds have remained steady even as treasury yields climbed.

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