Munis Off to A Running Start
Favorable supply-and-demand dynamics drove strong municipal bond performance in January despite a material move higher in interest rates driven by vaccine optimism and expectations for additional fiscal stimulus.
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Munis Make Up for a Rough Ride
A dearth of municipal issuance drove strong performance in November. Typical year-end outflows due to tax loss selling have yet to emerge.
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Global stocks declined for the second consecutive month in October amid a resurgence in COVID cases across Europe and the United States, deflated hopes for a second round of U.S. fiscal stimulus and increasing uncertainty heading into the U.S. election.
Munis Overcome a Glut of Issuance
Municipals posted modestly negative total returns in October, with the S&P Municipal Bond Index finishing the month down -0.14%.
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The Muni Market Cools Off
The robust recovery in muni bonds finally lost steam in August. Issuance remains strong but rising uncertainty has tempered demand.