Substantial supply-driven weakness continued to plague the municipal market Tuesday as the Dallas Independent School District competitively sold $950 million of taxable Build ­America Bonds amid a rout that saw a number of deals being pulled from the calendar and 30-year yields shooting to 15-month highs.

Traders said municipals were weaker by about 10 to 12 basis points overall, though losses ­extended up to 20 basis points in the intermediate part of the curve.

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