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Muniland: Better Market Tone

Muniland: Better Market Tone

by Jason Mertz
The Federal Open Market Committee raised its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points and signaled that it is likely to continue raising rates at every meeting well into at least the second half of this year. With increased clarity, the market tone in the muni market felt stronger by week’s end. Investors are waiting for some sense of stability before they more fully invest the sizable amounts of cash sitting on the sidelines.

Fixed Income, Municipals


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Muniland: The Wait is Over

Muniland: The Wait is Over

by Jason Mertz
Interest rate volatility remained elevated last week as the market contends with a multitude of factors including the Russia/Ukraine conflict and the highest inflation print in 40 years. The wait is over as all eyes now turn to the Federal Reserve where they are expected to increase short term interest rates this week for the first time since 2018. Even with the high inflation print, we do not anticipate any-near term policy ramifications and expect the Fed to raise 25 basis points following their meeting this week.

Fixed Income, Municipals


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