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State and local budgets are likely to remain under stress, but that doesn’t mean investors should completely avoid munis.
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We can’t rule it out completely, but we believe the risk is low.
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For the second half of 2020, we don’t expect a repeat of the first.
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Over the next decade, market returns are expected to fall short of historical averages, while global stocks are likely to outperform U.S. stocks.
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The coronavirus pandemic will change the landscape for college and university bond issuers.
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If you're interested in tax-free municipal bonds, you might want to keep an eye out for these seven tax traps.
If you are considering two bonds, should you buy the one with the higher yield?
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As expected, the Federal Reserve kept rates near zero, plans to keep them there until 2022, and established a floor under its large-scale asset purchases.
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Here’s what investors should know about the new Federal Reserve programs.
State revenues have been hammered in the wake of the coronavirus. Does that mean investors should shy away from municipal bonds?
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