Municipal Bonds “A Powerful New Appeal” – New Issue Schedule Week 022618
February 26, 2018   //   by Mischler MarCom   //   Muni Market  

Municipal Bonds: New Federal Tax Laws Give Muni Bonds “A New Appeal”;  This Week’s New Issue Schedule   Mischler Muni Market Update looks back to last week’s metrics and provides a lens on municipal bond new issues scheduled for this week.  As always, the Mischler Muni Market Outlook provides public finance investment managers, institutional investors focused on municipal debt and muni bond market participants with a summary of the prior week’s municipal bond market activity, including credit spreads and money flows, and a look at pending municipal finance offerings tentatively scheduled for this week’s issuance.

Last week muni volume was about $5.3 billion. This week volume is expected to be about $4.8 billion. The negotiated market is led by $650.0 million for The Black Belt Energy Gas District, Alabama. The competitive market is led by $837.0 million general obligations for Baltimore County, Maryland, $346.0 million bonds in 2 bids on Wednesday and $491.0 million BAN’s in 2 bids on Thursday.

This past Sunday edition of the New York Times published an interesting snapshot re “new appeal” provided by municipal bonds consequent to the recently-passed federal tax legislation. While ‘academic’ for the universe of municipal debt analysts and professional muni fund managers, the narrative is topical and could be insightful to those who don’t subscribe to the publication. The piece written by NYT reporter Carla Fried is via this link

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Municipal Bonds: New Federal Tax Laws Give Muni Bonds “A New Appeal”;  This Week’s Municipal Bond New Issue Calendar