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    Michigan Issuers Slow Sales After Detroit Filing

    Michigan municipalities are set to borrow the least in three months as Detroit’s bankruptcy shakes investor confidence, exacerbating the steepest borrowing slowdown this year among the 10 most populous states. To read more, click here.

    Detroit Bankruptcy – Commentary by Joe Mysak

    After Detroit, Bond Buyers Sweat GO Pledge

    The fate of a 2 percent sliver of Detroit’s obligations is drawing scrutiny from investors holding a $900 billion chunk of the municipal-debt market. To read more, click here.

    Omaha Power Dogged by Disaster Fixes

    The risk of floods and tornadoes is preventing investors in $1.8 billion of bonds of Nebraska’s biggest electricity provider from participating in the best year since 2008 for munis of power companies. To read more, click here.

    Municipal Market Weekly Commentary – JOE MYSAK

    Meredith Whitney Joins ‘Fleeing the Coasts’ Club

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    New Stadium Gets Bowl Nod

    The San Francisco Bay Area will host the National Football League’s 50th Super Bowl in 2016 at the 49ers’ stadium that is set to open next year, while Houston was picked as the site of the 2017 championship game. “Read more>>”

    Jeffco ‘Close’ to Exit Deal

    Alabama’s Jefferson County is making progress in debt talks, has an agreement with one group of creditors, and may file a“mostly consensual’’ plan to exit bankruptcy, a lawyer for the county told a judge. “Read more>>”

    Municipal Market 1Q 2013 STAT BOOK

    Bloomberg Municipal Market Q1 StatBook from Bloomberg Briefs Take a trial to our market leading Municipal Market newsletter - click here.

    City May Be First to Call BABs

    Monona, Wisconsin, may be the first issuer in the $3.7 trillion municipal market to redeem its Build America Bonds at par value after sequestration last month curbed federal subsidies on the debt. “Read more>>”

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