Municipal bonds traded with a lighter tone Thursday afternoon as the week’s largest deals priced earlier in the week and bonds in the secondary market started to look expensive after a week of higher prices.

“The market feels slow,” a trader in Maryland said. “There’s low supply, a diminutive syndicate calendar, the metaphorical floor the Fed put down after pulling out on tapering. I don’t see how the rally can slow.”

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