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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Municipal.
- n. A municipal bond.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Hindu sage or ascetic, especially one who has taken the vow of silence.
- n. One of the seven stars (the seven sages or rishis) of Charles's Wain, or the Dipper, in the constellation Ursa Major.
- From Sanskrit (Wiktionary)
“As money-market funds shrink, so too will financing for businesses (money-market funds hold 36% of commercial paper), state and local governments (57% of short-term muni debt) and banks (21% of large certificates of deposit).”
“And financial statements in muni-land aren't reviewed by the Securities and Exchange Commission, unlike those of public companies.”
“California accounted for about 4% of new long-term muni debt last year, according to Matt Fabian at Municipal Market Advisors.”
“Bloomberg News California accounted for about 4% of new long-term muni debt last year.”
“During the quarter, interest rates for long-term muni bonds shot up more than 1 percentage point, sending their prices lower.”
“The fund ' s institutional shares, available for a minimum investment of $25,000, charge expenses of 0.3% annually, compared with nearly 0.9% for the average national intermediate-term muni fund, according to investment-research firm Morningstar Inc. Lower fees relieve pressure on managers to juice returns with riskier holdings.”
“Interest rates for the highest-quality long-term muni bonds have increased by more than half a percentage point since the beginning of November.”
“That has boosted this market also, with prices of the highly rated, long-term muni bonds advancing almost 0.3 percentage point since Monday of last week.”
“It is some kind of short term muni-based piece of paper used as an alternative to [a] money market.”
“Some hedge funds are getting hurt because they count on being able to tap short-term muni debt for cheap funds.”
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