DALLAS — Cities, school districts, universities, and other issuers in Texas hope to begin clearing a backlog of bonds this week as demand for munis appears to be strengthening.

“The calendar’s picking up again after a quiet period the last month or so,” said Jeffrey Timlin, portfolio manager at Sage Advisory Services in Austin. “Supply has been low and there’s a lot of pent-up demand, so issuers should be able to take advantage of this low-yield environment.”

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