- n. Plural form of muni.
“Besides well-publicized strains on local finances, there is growing recognition that investing in "munis" involves a leap of faith.”
“He is using them in the short end of a "muni barbell," or a portfolio that is weighted between short- and longer-term munis, with few maturities in between.”
“Long-term munis have fewer natural buyers—they are owned primarily by mutual funds and insurance companies, not retail investors.”
“Shorter-term munis are even pricier: The percentage of an AAA-rated five-year muni to a five-year Treasury is now just 67%, down from 96% on Jan. 14.”
“Even as the general market price of long term munis dropped over 20% in the fourth quarter of last year, virtually every major Wall Street investment bank continued to reassure investors that municipal bonds were a great buy.”
“Unlike regular junk bonds, however, interest from high-yield munis is generally free from federal income taxes.”
“To be sure, while companies are required to turn in their audited financial information earlier, some argue that plenty of information about munis is available.”
“Two of the main factors roiling the muni market were a surge in supply amid uncertainty about a popular bond-subsidy program and rising Treasury rates — which long-term munis tend to track — triggered by the Federal Reserve's bond-buying program, analysts say.”
“Treasury yields, which long-term munis tend to track.”
“Actually you can go to the mattresses, you can go to gold, you can go to high grade short term munis-with the interest being tax free.”
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