Fola Akinnibi

U.S. Pensions Face Demands To Exit Hard-To-Unwind Russia Assets


Unwinding such assets is complex and could mean losses as they are trading at deep discounts.

Pension Worries Ease For States, Localities On Stimulus, Stocks


While the pandemic squeezed many budgets, most pensions fared well.

Municipal Market Sales Slacken, Raising Supply Alarms


The supply of municipal bonds has been low because of federal stimulus money and a resurgent economy.

Want To Get Vaccinated In NYC? Try Living On The Upper East Side

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Vaccine distribution in the Big Apple is a snapshot of financial and racial inequality.

‘Extraordinarily Expensive’ Muni-Bond Valuations At Record High


Investors are snapping up tax-exempt issuance as a buffer for potential tax increases.

A $41 Billion Pension Fund Is Betting Big On Private Credit

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A fund in Arizona looks to dedicate one out of every six dollars it manages to direct lending.

Washington, D.C. Joins Muni Selling Spree With Record Bond Deal


Supply issues in the municipal bond market have finally thawed out.