Muni Minute

  • The municipal bond market will see more supply hit the screens this week as buyers await much needed issuance and sellers hope for improved liquidity.
    April 27
  • Hard on the heels of last week's successful California sale, the municipal bond market will see some much needed supply head its way this week.
    April 20
  • The municipal bond market is taking it slow when it comes to new issuance as buyers and sellers move cautiously in the shadows of COVID-19.
    April 13
  • The coronavirus has ravaged nerves worldwide and spread its gloom into the financial sector. The U.S. municipal bond market is slipping into park from neutral as most issuers and underwriters await a better day.
    April 6
  • Actions by the Fed and the passage of the CARES Act have served to calm the markets to a large degree during the recent choppiness. These actions will ease the way for some deals to come to market this week.
    March 30
  • The municipal bond market is facing a new reality as yields rise, issuance slows and investors remaining skittish about the future.
    March 23
  • Muni market players may have to rely on more than their basic instincts as the economy heads into stormy weather.
    March 16
  • The municipal bond market will see a slew of supply price this week as issuers and investors buffeted by uncertainty, volatility and outright panic. California is selling $2.2 billion of GO bonds, which investors will seek out as a safe haven in these unstable times.
    March 9
  • Issuers tapping the market in uncertain times, but with certainty of low rates.
    March 2
  • Investors to be greeted by largest issuance week of 2020 led by $5B Buckeye tobaccos.
    February 24