The municipal market was flat to slightly firmer Tuesday as the Empire State Development Corp. came to market with $467.3 million of debt, and 20-year tax-exempt yields dipped to an all-time low.

“We’re a little bit better, but there wasn’t a whole lot happening in the secondary,” a trader in New York said. “The vast majority of the attention today was on the primary.”

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