A slew of large new deals flooded into the municipal market Tuesday, raising yields and pushing the secondary market into the shadows.

The wave of heavy-hitting deals from issuers in New York City, San Antonio, San Francisco and Massachusetts met an investor group rich with cash, hungry for tax-exempt paper, yet discouraged by current rock-bottom yields. Subsequently, some saw concessions of up to 10 basis points on the day, traders said.

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