Calmness settled over the municipal market Friday afternoon as traders digested the week's news and waited for July 1 reinvestment money to hit the market next week.

"As we close out the most dramatic quarter since the fourth quarter of 2010, it appears the bleeding has been contained, at least for now," said Chip Hughey, fixed income trader at Caprin Asset Management.

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