The municipal bond market ended mostly stronger on Friday after two straight days of losses, as dealers unloaded inventory left over from primary deals at higher prices to customers.

Triple-A-rated general obligation bonds out for the bid traded at "healthy" levels, a Virginia trader said. "There is plenty to bid in the secondary and there are a lot of smaller pieces. Levels seem firm in here."

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