As January comes to a close, a pair of New York deals - one to finance a new baseball stadium - and a utility offering in the nation's capital are expected to be the largest deals priced in conjunction with an estimated $2.975 billion in new competitive and negotiated volume, according to Thomson Reuters.

Volume has slowed from its more robust pace earlier in the month. Last week, the market saw a revised $1.32 billion in total volume, but there is an estimated $13 billion in 30-day visible supply - $1.32 billion of competitive and $11.68 billion of negotiated - on the horizon, according to Bond Buyer data.

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