Martin Z. Braun

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Tax Bill Threatens To Wipe Out Bond-Market Niche Used In Housing

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The bill would wipe out a key tool used to finance the construction of affordable housing.

New Math Deals Minnesota's Pensions The Biggest Hit In The U.S.

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Minnesota’s debt to its workers’ retirement system has soared to $6,000 for every resident, courtesy of accounting rules.

California, Once Compared To Greece, Trading Better Than 'AAA'

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Demand for tax-exempt debt in the Golden State is called “insatiable."

U.S. Public Pensions Post Best Quarter Since 2013 As Stocks Rise

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Improving economic conditions and a weakening U.S. dollar helped boost international equities.

Yields On Treasury-Backed Muni Bonds Soar To Highest Since 2009

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The more than $5 billion exodus from municipal-bond funds in November is creating bargains.

Muni-Bond Investors Love Fund Managers Even When They Fall Short

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About 50 percent of the actively managed funds lagged a Bloomberg benchmark over the past five years.

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