Demand in the new-issue market pushed municipal bond prices higher Tuesday for the 10th consecutive trading session as a triple-A rated Denver bond deal set the firmer tone in the competitive market and retail investors were lured in by New York City's general obligation debt.

"It's still well-bid generally," a New York trader said. "Credit spreads are generally tight. People want to be involved in the market."

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