U.S. Municipal Bond Market Shrinks as States, Cities Cut Debt
The Federal Reserve Board today said that state and local government debt shrank at a 1.8 percent annual rate from January through March, the fourth quarterly drop in the last 15 months. That cut the size of the municipal bond market by $11.3 billion to $3.73 trillion.
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