Issuers in California and Texas were met with ample demand Tuesday as they priced some of the largest new deals expected this week, a sign that investors are beginning to see value after two-month slide in the municipal bond market.

Reception in the primary market led to secondary market price discovery and an uptick in trading as interest was focused on the short-end and long-end of the curve.

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