With most of the new issues priced earlier in the week, the tax-exempt market took a breather Thursday morning and traded slightly firmer in the secondary market.

One last major deal in the competitive market – New York’s Nassau County – priced in the morning and traders eyed indications of interest on $60 million of Saginaw County, Mich., general obligation limited tax pension obligation bonds as a measure of Detroit contagion.

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