Municipal bonds weakened just a sniff Thursday as the market absorbed a fairly hefty slate of new state and local government debt.

Munis have tread water all week as the market digests heavy supply in the primary market. Coming into the week, municipal governments were scheduled to float $8 billion of bonds. With nominal yields still very low and the market awaiting heavier supply in the coming weeks, buyers and sellers appear to be at an impasse.

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