With pressure on safe-haven assets and the Dow Jones Industrial Average topping its all-time high, the municipal bond market ignored supply and demand factors and ended the day weaker despite a light primary calendar.

Tax-exempt traders said the market ended three to four basis points lower with high-grade yields making the most moves ahead of the $700 million triple-A rated Maryland general obligation deal expected to hit the market Wednesday.

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