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29 Sep 2016: MUNIS END WEAKER AS HAWAII, MASS. ISSUES SELL
Top-rated municipal bonds ended weaker on Thursday, traders said, as the market saw more supply hit the screens, topped by Hawaii and Massachusetts issues. ... more info

29 Sep 2016: IRS SAYS FLORIDA JAIL BONDS LIKELY TAXABLE
The Internal Revenue Service has informally advised the Baker Correctional Development Corp. in Florida that $45 million of first mortgage revenue bonds it issued in 2008 are taxable. ... more info

29 Sep 2016: DETROIT SCHOOL BONDS GET REFUNDED
The Michigan Finance Authority completed a private placement of $226.3 million of bonds Thursday to refund Detroit Public Schools paper set to lose its state aid backing Oct. 1. ... more info

29 Sep 2016: SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE UPGRADED
Sweet Briar College saw its revenue bonds upgraded four notches, although still within junk territory, because of efforts to keep the 114-year-old Virginia women's institution open. ... more info

29 Sep 2016: CITY COUNCIL GIVES ITS BLESSING TO FALL RIVER BOND REQUESTS, TIFS
FALL RIVER, Mass. -- The City Council moved a multi-million capitol improvement spending package to its Committee on Finance for discussion on Tuesday and approved two $1 million bonds as part of a land deal with Atlantis Charter School near South Watuppa Pond. ... more info

29 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKEN AS HAWAII, MASS. ISSUES SELL
Top-rated municipal bonds were weaker at mid-session Thursday, traders said, as the market saw more supply hit the screens, topped by Hawaii and Massachusetts issues. ... more info

28 Sep 2016: S&P DOWNGRADES MISSION, TEXAS, HOSPITAL DISTRICT TO CCC
Hidalgo County Health Services Corp. debt issued for the Mission, Texas, Regional Medical Center moved closer to a default rating as S&P Global Ratings dropped $26.7 million of bonds to CCC from B-minus. ... more info

28 Sep 2016: S&P DOWNGRADES MISSION, TEXAS HOSPITAL DISTRICT TO CCC
Hidalgo County Health Services Corp. debt issued for the Mission, Texas, Regional Medical Center moved closer to a default rating as S&P Global Ratings dropped $26.7 million of bonds to CCC from B-minus. ... more info

28 Sep 2016: WELLS FARGO SUSPENDED FROM UNDERWRITING CALIFORNIA STATE BONDS
California’s treasurer blocked Wells Fargo from bond underwriting and other business relationships, as shockwaves from a fake accounts scandal in the company’s retail bank rocked the fifth-largest municipal underwriter. ... more info

28 Sep 2016: NEBRASKA FARM BUREAU FIGHTING COMMUNITY COLLEGE BONDS
The Nebraska Farm Bureau says a community college’s $369 million bond question on the November ballot would lead to a massive property tax increase on farmers, business, and homeowners in southeast Nebraska. ... more info

27 Sep 2016: PUERTO RICO'S RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO JOIN SUIT AGAINST UBS OVER BONDS
Puerto Rico’s retirement system plans to join an ongoing lawsuit filed against UBS over the alleged mishandling of pension obligation bond proceeds. ... more info

27 Sep 2016: MUNIS STRONGER AS SUPPLY STREAM RAMPS UP
Top-rated municipal bonds finished stronger on Tuesday, traders said, as the first of the week’s new issues started to come to market even as the biggest deal of the day was reported postponed. ... more info

27 Sep 2016: FEINGOLD, JOHNSON BACK MUNIS
Wisconsin Democrat Russ Feingold and Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson finally found something to agree on Monday: Don't mess with municipal bonds. ... more info

27 Sep 2016: COULD STAR BONDS BUILD A WSU FOOTBALL STADIUM?
There is a "conversation" to explore the possibility of building Wichita State University, Kan., a football stadium in a potentially expanded STAR bonds district at K-96 and Greenwich. ... more info

27 Sep 2016: POLL SHOWS STRONG VOTER SUPPORT FOR TRANSPORTATION BONDS
A majority of Maine voters favor issuing $100 million in bonds to improve transportation infrastructure, according to a new Portland Press Herald poll. ... more info

27 Sep 2016: HOW MUNI EXPERTS ARE STRATEGIZING FOR YEAR END
Some strategists say they will increase credit quality and shorten duration for overall risk protection, while others are identifying premium bonds, bonds with short calls, and those with average life structures to boost yield. ... more info

27 Sep 2016: N.Y. MTA TO MARKET FLOATERS
New York MTA intends to market five subseries of floating rate securities totaling $242 million and also refund $500 million of transportation revenue bonds in October. ... more info

26 Sep 2016: AHEAD OF NEW SUPPLY, MUNIS END STEADY
Top-quality municipal bonds ended steady to stronger on Monday, according to traders, as the market prepared to take on a new issue calendar of about $7.2 billion that will start to hit the screens on Tuesday. ... more info

26 Sep 2016: BILL WOULD MAKE BONDS OF HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES TRIPLE TAX-EXEMPT
A bill introduced in the House would make municipal bonds issued by historically black colleges and universities tax-exempt at the federal, state and local levels. ... more info

26 Sep 2016: SCHOOL BONDS HAVE SOLID SUPPORT, DESPITE CRITICS
DURHAM -- The $170 million Durham County bond referendum, which features $90 million for public schools, has received solid support from the county's three most influential political action committees. ... more info

26 Sep 2016: MUNIS FLAT AS MARKET PREPS FOR $7.2B WEEK
Top-quality municipal bonds were unchanged at mid-session, according to traders, as the market prepared to take on a new issue calendar of about $7.2 billion that will hit the screens starting on Tuesday. ... more info

26 Sep 2016: MUNI MINUTE: HAWAII SAYS ALOHA KAKOU TO MUNI MARKET
In the latest installment of Muni Minute – The Bond Buyer's 60-second video series that examines a top municipal market story that will have an impact in the coming week – we look at the state of Hawaii, which is selling over $675 million of general obligation bonds in the wake of two credit rating upgrades, improvements in its fiscal position and a self-reported disclosure failing under MCDC. ... more info

23 Sep 2016: PORT AUTHORITY PLANS $150M BOND SALE FOR MOYNIHAN STATION
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will issue bonds to finance its share of a planned $3 billion overhaul of Manhattan’s Penn Station. ... more info

23 Sep 2016: INTREPID ENDS REVENUE BONDS WITH COUNTY
EDDY COUNTY -- Intrepid Potash has terminated two Industrial Revenue Bonds issued to them by Eddy County in 2009 and 2010 for a combined $150 million. ... more info

23 Sep 2016: KANDIYOHI CO. FORMALLY COMMITS TO ISSUING BONDS FOR BROADBAND PROJECT
WILLMAR -- The Kandiyohi County Board formally committed this week to a bond issue as the funding mechanism to support rural broadband development. ... more info

22 Sep 2016: DASNY SELLS $1B OF BONDS; MUNIS END STRONG
Top-quality municipal bonds finished stronger on Thursday, according to traders, as the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York came to market with over $1 billion of bonds. ... more info

22 Sep 2016: DETROIT SCHOOL BOND REFUNDING IN WORKS
The Michigan Finance Authority approved a plan to issue $235 million of debt to refund some Detroit Public Schools bonds before they lose their state aid backing on Oct. 1. ... more info

22 Sep 2016: GREEN BONDS YET TO REALIZE PRICING PREMIUM
Investors have yet to reward green bonds with better pricing, but there is growing demand for the niche, according to one speaker at the Bond Buyer’s California Public Finance conference. ... more info

22 Sep 2016: MUNIS STRONGER AS DASNY SELLS $1B OF BONDS
Top-quality municipal bonds were stronger at mid-session, according to traders, as the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York competitively sold over $1 billion of bonds. ... more info

22 Sep 2016: CITY COUNCIL OKS SANITATION SYSTEM BONDS
Bloomington, Ind., city officials now have approval to sell bonds to cover up to several million dollars in projects, including purchases intended to help implement proposed changes to the sanitation system. ... more info

22 Sep 2016: SAN ANTONIO CONSIDERS REVENUE BONDS FOR SOUTHWEST SIDE DEVELOPMENT
The San Antonio Housing Trust Finance Corporation plans to issue up to $22 million in multifamily housing revenue bonds to help build a sizable apartment complex on the Southwest Side. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: MUNI PROS EXPECT RATES TO DRIVE 2017 VOLUME, SEE GREEN BONDS AS A PLOY
With record attendance at the 26th annual Bond Buyer California public finance conference, the participants of the live market survey certainly made their voices heard. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: UNIVERSITY SELLING BONDS FOR ATLANTIC CITY CAMPUS
New Jersey’s Stockton University is holding a bond sale Thursday to raise proceeds for its planned new $178 million Atlantic City campus. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: PALOMAR HEALTH TO SELL OVER $400 MILLION, SOME HIGHLY RATED, SOME JUNK
San Diego-based Palomar Health is set to issue more than $400 million of refunding bonds in the next two weeks, split between investment-grade general obligation debt and junk-rated revenue bonds. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: MUNIS FLAT AS FOMC LEAVES RATES UNCHANGED
Top-shelf municipal bonds finished unchanged on Wednesday, traders said, after the Federal Open Market Committee in a widely expected move left its fed funds target rate unchanged at between 0.25% and 0.50%. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: S&P DOWNGRADES TWO DETENTION CENTERS CITING NEW FEDERAL POLICY
S&P Global Ratings downgraded to junk $172 million of bonds for two private immigration detention centers after two federal agencies announced initiatives to end or reduce use of such facilities. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: SPUTTERING NEBRASKA ARENA VENTURE GETS JUNKED
Ralston, Nebraska’s general obligation arena bonds were dropped seven notches to junk by S&P Global Ratings after the project has struggled to produce the revenue needed to repay the debt. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: MINN. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION UPSET OVER POLITICAL SUBDIVISION RULES
The Internal Revenue Service’s proposed definition of a political subdivision could jeopardize the tax-exempt bonds of many public entities in Minnesota, the state’s congressional delegation recently told the agency and the Treasury Department. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKEN AS MARKET ENTERS FED WATCH MODE
Top-shelf municipal bonds were weaker at mid-session, traders said, as the market moved into a quiet, defensive mode ahead the Federal Open Market Committee's announcement on interest rates this afternoon. ... more info

21 Sep 2016: WITH BUOYANT TRAFFIC, DEAL FUELS ORLANDO AIRPORT CAPITAL PLAN
With passenger levels continuing to exceed expectations, the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority plans to issue $189.4 million of airport revenue bonds for its capital improvement and expansion plans at Orlando International Airport. ... more info

20 Sep 2016: TEXAS WATER DEAL OVERSUBSCRIBED; MUNIS FLAT
Top-quality municipal bonds ended unchanged Tuesday as more supply hit the screens on a busy day, led by the warmly received Texas Water Development Board deal. The Federal Open Market Committee began its two-day monetary policy meeting, keeping Tuesday’s trading subdued. ... more info

20 Sep 2016: RALSTON, NEB., ARENA BONDS SLASHED TO BB BY S&P
S&P Global Ratings said it lowered its underlying rating on Ralston, Neb.'s series 2011A, 2011B, 2012A, and 2012B general obligation (GO) arena bonds seven notches to BB from A-plus. ... more info

20 Sep 2016: NEW AUTHORITY HOPES TO SELL BP-BACKED BONDS IN TWO MONTHS
A new authority set up by the Alabama Legislature to sell bonds backed by a BP oil spill settlement hopes to issue the bonds in about two months, officials said today. ... more info

20 Sep 2016: MUNIS FLAT AS MORE ISSUANCE HITS THE MARKET
Top-quality municipal bonds were unchanged at mid-session, according to traders as more supply hit the screens, led by the Texas Water Development Board deal ... more info

19 Sep 2016: SAN FRANCISCO PUTS HOUSING BONDS TO WORK AGAINST HOMELESSNESS
Voter-approved bonds are providing loan money to support the creation of affordable rental homes for San Francisco’s low-income and homeless families and seniors. ... more info

19 Sep 2016: WITH REVENUES SLUMPING, OKLAHOMA BORROWS FOR TRANSPORTATION
Caught in a severe fiscal crisis after energy prices collapsed, Oklahoma is offering $181 million of revenue bonds to keep its highway construction program moving. ... more info

19 Sep 2016: HOW $75M IN BOND MONEY WAS ONLY $50M
The Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation sold $75 million in bonds in 2010 to help Curt Schilling's video-game company relocate to Rhode Island and develop an online game. ... more info

16 Sep 2016: MONEY MARKET FUND MUNI HOLDINGS FALLING FAST
Money market mutual funds’ holdings of municipal bonds fell by nearly $42 billion dollars between the second quarter of this year and the same period last year, a change that is partially the result of soon-to-become-effective rule changes from the Securities and Exchange Commission. ... more info

16 Sep 2016: MUNIS MIXED AHEAD OF $8.5B NEW ISSUE CALENDAR
Top quality municipal bonds were mixed at mid-session, according to traders who were eying next week’s $8.5 billion new issue slate. Ipreo estimates next week’s bond volume at $8.45 billion, down from $11.31 billion this week, according to revised data from Thomson Reuters. ... more info

15 Sep 2016: BONDS FEATURE IN HOUSTON MAYOR'S PENSION PROPOSAL
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner wants to issue $1 billion of bonds as part of a comprehensive 30-year plan to rein in the city’s ballooning pension liabilities. ... more info

15 Sep 2016: S.F. AIRPORT FLIES INTO MARKET AS MUNIS WEAKEN
Top-shelf municipal bonds ended weaker on Thursday, according to traders, who saw the last of the week's big deals come to market, headlined by a large sale from the San Francisco Airport Commission. ... more info

15 Sep 2016: MORE RATING UNCERTAINTY OVER DETROIT SCHOOLS' STATE-AID BONDS
The unclear future of Detroit Public Schools state-aid backed bonds, plus governance and tax collection issues following the district's restructuring, prompted Moody's Investors Service to shift its outlook to "developing" from "negative." ... more info

15 Sep 2016: COUNCIL APPROVES ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR APARTMENT REHAB
A real estate and investment firm was given the okay Tuesday night to seek state tax-exempt bonds for the acquisition and rehabilitation of the Harbor Park Apartments. ... more info

14 Sep 2016: ANOTHER DOWNGRADE FOR A TROUBLED INDIANA P3
The already junk-rated bonds of a P3 highway project in Indiana received a downgrade from another rating agency as payment disputes among contractors reached a new level. ... more info

14 Sep 2016: BROOKINGS STADIUM STUDY DRAWS CRITICISMS
A Brookings Institution study claiming professional sports stadiums built or renovated with tax-exempt bonds during the last 16 years have cost the federal government $3.7 billion has drawn some criticism from a sports consultant and municipal market participants. ... more info

14 Sep 2016: HAWAII GETS MOODY'S RATING BOOST
Hawaii received a second upgrade from a major rating agency ahead of plans to issue $757 million in general obligation bonds as Moody’s Investors Service upgraded the state’s GO bonds to Aa1. ... more info

14 Sep 2016: N.Y. MTA'S HUDSON YARDS DEAL PRICES; MUNIS MIXED
Top-quality municipal bonds finished mixed on Wednesday, traders said, as two big New York issues came to market. Goldman Sachs priced the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's $1.06 billion Hudson Rail Yards deal while Ramirez & Co. priced the New York City Transitional Finance Authority's $800 million sale. ... more info

14 Sep 2016: YANKEE STADIUM BONDS UPGRADED TO BAA1 BY MOODY'S
Moody's Investors Service said it has upgraded Yankee Stadium LLC's rating to Baa1 from Baa2, affecting about $1.2 billion of rated debt outstanding. ... more info

14 Sep 2016: HOSPITAL BOND ISSUE BALLOT QUESTION APPROVED
With the adoption of an election proclamation during a special meeting Friday, Lincoln County commissioners set the stage for voters to decide in the Nov. 8 general election if they want to approve $25 million of general obligation bonds to build a new county hospital in Ruidoso. ... more info

14 Sep 2016: DETROIT SCHOOLS' STATE AID BONDS JUNK RATING DEEPENS
Detroit Public Schools' $212 million of state aid-backed bonds slipped two to three notches further into junk territory over uncertainty tied to the bonds' security after a restructuring of the school district. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: TREASURY 30-YEAR BONDS GO AT 2.475% HIGH YIELD
The Treasury Department Tuesday auctioned $12 billion of 29-year 11-month bonds with a 2.25% coupon at a 2.475% high yield, a price of 95.262459. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKEN AS NEW SUPPLY FLOODS MARKET
Top-rated municipal bonds were weaker with Treasuries on Tuesday, according to traders, as the first big wave of supply hit the screens, just part of the over $11 billion in new issues slated for sale this week. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: NEW JERSEY CALLS DO-OVER ON MEGA MALL DEBT AUTHORIZATION VOTE
A New Jersey agency has scheduled a new vote on granting $1.2 billion of tax-exempt bonds to the developer of American Dream, the unfinished mega mall in the Meadowlands, after a non-profit group threatened to file a law suit to block the sale. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: AMP OHIO LANDS UPGRADE AHEAD OF ISSUE
Ohio-based American Municipal Power Inc. received a one-notch upgrade from Moody’s Investors Service as it prepares to come to market with a $206 million issue that includes designated “green” bonds. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: DETROIT SCHOOL 2011, 2012 GOS DOWNGRADED BY S&P
S&P Global Ratings said it lowered its rating on Detroit Public Schools (DPS), Mich.'s series 2011 and 2012 bonds secured by state school aid and a limited tax general obligation (GO) pledge to B from BB and BB-minus, respectively. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: FITCH UPGRADES ONTARIO AIRPORT BOND OUTLOOK
Fitch Ratings said Monday, Sept. 12 that it has revised its outlook for Ontario International Airport bonds from negative to stable, based on better passenger traffic and a healthy financial profile for the Inland facility. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKEN AS NEW SUPPLY COMES TO MARKET
Top-rated municipal bonds were weaker at midday, according to traders, as the first big wave of supply hit the screens on Tuesday, just part of the over $11 billion in new issues slated for sale this week. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: IHCC BOARD APPROVES BOND ELECTION
OTTUMWA, Iowa - The Indian Hills Community College Board of Directors on Monday approved a resolution calling for a special election to determine if the college should issue bonds in the amount of $36 million for improvements to its infrastructure. The election is set for Tuesday, December 6, 2016. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: HAWAII GOS RAISED TO AA-PLUS BY S&P
S&P Global Ratings said it raised to AA-plus from AA its long-term rating and underlying rating (SPUR) on Hawaii's general obligation bonds and to AA from AA-minus its long-term rating on the state's certificates of participation. ... more info

13 Sep 2016: NEW MEXICO ON MOODY'S REVIEW FOR DOWNGRADE
Moody's Investors Service said it has placed under review for possible downgrade the Aaa rating of the state of New Mexico's general obligation bonds, affecting $327 million in outstanding debt. ... more info

12 Sep 2016: MARKET EXTRA: WHY STOCKS AND BOND YIELDS AREN’T MOVING IN TANDEM
After Friday’s market tantrum, should investors worry about losing money on both stocks and bonds?
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12 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKEN AHEAD OF $11.4B NEW ISSUE SLATE
Top-shelf municipal bonds ended weaker on Monday, traders said, as the market prepared for this week’s hefty $11.4 billion new issue calendar, headlined by two $1 billion-plus deals from New York issuers. ... more info

12 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKEN AHEAD OF $11.4B NEW ISSUE SLATE
Top-shelf municipal bonds were weaker at mid-session, traders said, as the market prepares for a hefty $11.4 billion new issue calendar this week, headlined by two $1 billion-plus deals from New York issuers. ... more info

12 Sep 2016: MUNI MINUTE: NEW YORK, NEW YORK: SO NICE IT’S COMING TWICE
In the latest installment of Muni Minute – The Bond Buyer's 60-second video series that examines a top municipal market story that will have an impact in the coming week – we examine the largest deals of the upcoming $11.4 billion weekly calendar, both from the Empire State: the MTA’s $1.06 billion of Hudson Rail Yards trust obligation and NYC TFA’s $1.05 billion of negotiated and competitive sales. Also in the Big Apple, a hearing is set for Thursday on a plan to refinance more than $1 billion of bonds originally for the construction of the new Yankee Stadium. ... more info

9 Sep 2016: BROOKINGS: BOND-FINANCED PROFESSIONAL SPORTS STADIUMS COST FEDS $3.7B
Professional sports stadiums built or significantly renovated with the help of tax-exempt bonds since 2000 have cost the federal government a total of $3.7 billion, according to a study released by the Brookings Institution. ... more info

9 Sep 2016: JEFFERIES COMPLETES $293.26M N.Y. TOBACCO DEAL AMID HEALTHY DEMAND
Jefferies said it received good demand for the $292.26 million of tobacco settlement pass-through bonds it priced for the New York Counties Tobacco Trust VI. ... more info

9 Sep 2016: TRUSTEE AGREES TO $1.6M SETTLEMENT IN BROGDON-RELATED CASE
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday announced that a subsidiary of BOK Financial Corp. that served as indenture trustee and dissemination agent for municipal conduit bonds previously tied to securities fraud has agreed to pay more than $1.6 million to settle charges that it helped to conceal numerous problems and red flags from investors in the securities. ... more info

9 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKEN AHEAD OF $11.4B CALENDAR
Top-shelf municipal bonds were weaker at midday, according to traders who said yields on some maturities were as many as five basis points higher. This is ahead of an estimated almost $11.5 billion of new issuance expected to hit screens next week. ... more info

9 Sep 2016: KANDIYOHI COUNTY MULLS FINANCING OPTIONS FOR BROADBAND PROJECT
WILLMAR -- Kandiyohi County will likely issue bonds to cover its matching share of a state grant being sought to improve broadband services in unserved and underserved rural areas of the county. ... more info

9 Sep 2016: STOKES DELAYS VOTE ON PORT COVINGTON FINANCING
A City Council committee unexpectedly stopped short Thursday night of approving $660 million in bonds for the Port Covington development, hours after the developer announced a $100 million community benefits agreement with city officials and activists. ... more info

8 Sep 2016: MUNIS WEAKER AS DASNY SELLS; TOBACCO DEAL REDUCED
Top-rated municipal bonds finished weaker on Thursday, as the last of the week’s large muni deals came to market, led by competitive offerings from the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York. ... more info

8 Sep 2016: GFOA, NABL PUBLISH GUIDANCE ON POST-ISSUANCE TAX COMPLIANCE
The Government Finance Officers Association and the National Association of Bond Lawyers on Thursday each issued guidance to issuers and counsel on how to comply with tax-exempt bond rules after the issuance of tax-advantaged bonds. ... more info

8 Sep 2016: COUNTY BRIDGE AMONG PROJECTS TO GET BOND FUNDING
The state Council of Bond Oversight recently approved the sale of $200 million in bonds for use on 18 projects that are part of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation's 8-Year Plan, and one of those projects is located in Rogers County. ... more info

7 Sep 2016: TTC DEAL POSTPONED UNTIL OCT.; MUNIS MIXED
Top-quality municipal bonds were steady to stronger at mid-session, traders said, as the first of the week's $5.5 billion of new supply started to come to market. ... more info

7 Sep 2016: LSU DEAL FUELS $575M BATON ROUGE CAMPUS P3
Louisiana State University is bringing its first financing for a $575 million housing and retail privatization, a move that triggered downgrades of the university's outstanding bonds. ... more info

7 Sep 2016: WEST CLARK BONDS MUST GO TO VOTE
CLARK COUNTY, Ind. -- Enough signatures were garnered by petitioners to force West Clark Community Schools to take its $62.9 million bond issuance to the voters. ... more info

6 Sep 2016: N.Y. CITY TFA TO SELL $1B IN SEPTEMBER
The New York City Transitional Finance Authority intends to sell roughly $1 billion of future tax-secured subordinate bonds later this month. ... more info

6 Sep 2016: MUNIS END STRONGER AHEAD OF $5.5B SLATE
Top-rated municipal bonds finished stronger Tuesday, according to traders, who will see the first deals on the week's $5.5 billion new issue calendar hit the market on Wednesday. ... more info

6 Sep 2016: BILL IN SENATE WOULD BOOST TRIBES' ABILITY TO ISSUE BONDS
A bill introduced in the Senate by Republicans would put Indian tribal governments more on a par with state and local governments for bond financings, giving them better access to capital to support infrastructure and local economic development. ... more info

6 Sep 2016: MUNIS MOSTLY FLAT AHEAD OF $5.5B CALENDAR
Top-rated municipal bonds were mostly unchanged at mid-session, according to traders, as yields at the 2017 maturity and back end of the curve were steady although several yields in-between were as many as four basis points higher ahead of this week's $5.5 billion new issue calendar. ... more info

3 Sep 2016: MUTUAL FUNDS WEEKLY: YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORK SO HARD TO INVEST SUCCESSFULLY
Put simply, simpler is better when it comes to stocks and bonds.
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2 Sep 2016: CONNECTICUT SPECIAL TAX OBLIGATION BONDS DOWNGRADED
Fitch downgraded Connecticut's outstanding special tax obligation bonds to AA-minus from AA, citing its revised U.S. tax-supported rating criteria. ... more info

2 Sep 2016: INDIANAPOLIS WASTEWATER UTILITY BRINGS GREEN BOND DEBUT
The utility serving Indianapolis and Marion County is headed into the market with $234 million of wastewater revenue bonds -- including debt it will designate as green bonds. ... more info

2 Sep 2016: MUNI TRADERS SET FOR LONG WEEKEND, $5.5B CALENDAR
Top-shelf municipal bonds were little changed at mid-session, according to traders, who are eying next week's holiday-shortened new issue calendar. ... more info

1 Sep 2016: MUNIS END MIXED AS LAST BIG DEAL OF WEEK SELLS
Top-quality municipal bonds ended mixed on Thursday, according to traders, as the last big deal of the week came to market. Activity was subdued ahead of Friday's unemployment report for August and the long holiday weekend. ... more info

1 Sep 2016: 'SEC HAS GOTTEN IT ALL WRONG,' SAYS ATTORNEY AS FEDERAL CASE AGAINST MIAMI OPENS
The Securities and Exchange Commission kicked off a long-awaited civil trial against the city of Miami Monday, arguing to a federal jury that city officials used illegal money transfers to hide gaping financial problems and sell $150 million in risky bonds to unwitting investors in the late 2000s. ... more info

1 Sep 2016: CALIFORNIA REFUNDING: ALMOST A HALF-BILLION SAVED
California achieved $494.5 million in present value savings when it refunded $2.04 billion of state general obligation bonds, said Treasurer John Chiang. ... more info



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