The tax-exempt market continued to weaken Friday afternoon though traders said the selloff had less of an effect because it was a Friday with no supply in the primary.

“We have fewer bonds than other dealers because we got out a week ago,” a Chicago trader said. “But it’s absolutely weaker. Supply is minimized so we aren’t seeing the amount of damage that you would because it’s a Friday.”

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