Muni Market Yields in Context

Because U.S. bond markets were closed Friday in obervance of Veterans Day, data shown are as of close, Thursday, November 10, 2016.

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*SIFMA is a weekly index of 7-day high-grade tax exempt VRDOs. It is published every Wednesday. 
**LIBOR quoted in USD, as of Thursday 11/10/16.

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Income Investor Perspectives

by Pat Luby

November 13, 2016

 

Muni Yield based on The Consensus Municipal Bond Triple-A G.O. Par Bond Scale, published by Municipal Market Analytics, LLC. www.mma-research.com. TEY (Taxable Equivalent Yield) calculated assuming Federal Income Tax Rate of 39.6%. U.S. Treasury Yield Curve is interpolated based on constant maturity U.S. Treasury yields, as published by the U.S. Treasury. Actual yields available in the market may have been higher or lower. Past performance or market conditions are not a guarantee of future performance. This is presented for informational purposes only and is not a recommendation. Additional information available upon request.
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