The municipal bond market strengthened for the ninth consecutive trading session Monday, benefiting from improvement in the Treasury market and  limited new issue supply this week. New York City took advantage of demand, pricing $500 million of general obligation bonds in one of two retail order periods.

Traders said the offering was priced attractively for investors looking for a solid double-A-rated credit.

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