The market for variable-rate demand obligations has improved this year and is primed for a turnaround, according to a research report Moody’s Investors Service published.

The diminution of outstanding balances of VRDOs since 2009 has slowed in 2013 and could reverse course as the banking environment has stabilized through regulations and interest rates appear more favorable for issuance.

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