The tax-exempt market weakened on Thursday morning, playing catch up to the Treasury selloff Wednesday afternoon after the release of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes.

Municipal bond traders said the $1.78 billion Jefferson County, Ala., sewer revenue warrants priced on Tuesday were floating around in the secondary market while a double-B-plus rated hospital credit was priced cheap, pushing all muni prices lower.

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