1 edition of Municipal bonds in the 1980s found in the catalog.
Municipal bonds in the 1980s
by American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education in Philadelphia, Pa (4025 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 19104)
Written in English
|Statement||jointly sponsored by ALI-ABA and the ABA Urban, State, and Local Government Law Section.|
|Contributions||American Bar Association. Section of Urban, State, and Local Government., American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education.|
|LC Classifications||KF6775.Z9 M875 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 355 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||355|
|LC Control Number||85229211|
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municipal bonds: 1. Types of Municipal Bonds The type of municipal bond issued affects both the risk. of default and the value of the municipal bond. Repay-ment may come from the issuer, an obligor, or from a single tax or revenue source. There are two major types of municipal bonds: “general obligation bonds” and. Future refunding opportunities also depend on the coupons – not the yields – on the bonds to be refunded. Bonds with relatively high coupons (e.g. 5%) are more likely to be refunded than bonds with lower coupons. Issuers are encouraged to consult with their municipal advisor and others in their finance team to determine market preferences.
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Prepared for distribution at the municipal bonds program, June " "N" Description: pages (pages blank) ; 22 cm. The definitive new edition of the most trusted book on municipal bonds As of the end ofmunicipal bonds, issued by state or local governments to finance public works programs, such as the building of schools, streets, and electrical grids, totaled almost $ trillion in outstanding debt, a number that has only increased over time/5(14).
The book is very good. It explains how the municipal bond market works that includes how and why municipal bonds are issue.
The bond explain the process of selling the bond to market and how the bonds are traded in the secondary market. The main problem with books is its age. The book was wriiten in The book needs to be updated/5(8). The recent study by Kenny S&P Evaluation Services entitled "Municipal Bond Defaults, The 's: A Decade in Review," which you commented on in your May 14 issue, is yet another attempt to define.
In The Handbook of Municipal Bonds, editors Sylvan Feldstein and Frank Fabozzi provide traders, bankers, and advisors—among other industry participants—with a well-rounded look at the industry of tax-exempt municipal bonds. Chapter by chapter, a diverse group of experienced contributors provide detailed explanations and a variety of relevant examples that illuminate essential 5/5(1).
History of municipal bonds. A municipal bond is a debt security issued by a state or municipality to fund public works. For instance, an economic downturn raises the risk of defaults, which affects bonds whose performance incorporates an aspect of credit risk. Since municipal bonds are offered by such a wide range of issuers, from states and large cities to small towns and specific entities (such as airports and sewer districts).
The Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS), which was nicknamed Whoops, was the largest municipal bond default in history. In the s and s, WPPSS sold bonds to finance the construction of five nuclear plants needed to accommodate increased demand.
A municipal bond, commonly known as a muni bond, is a bond issued by a local government or territory, or one of their agencies. It is generally used to finance public projects such as roads, schools, airports and seaports, and infrastructure-related repairs.
The term municipal bond is commonly used in the United States, which has the largest market of such trade-able securities in the world. In fact, the 3 off-the-radar plays I’ll show you below can let you pull a steady (and safe) % out of some of the safest muni bonds out there.
Municipal Bonds: A Rare Gift From the Taxman. When I compared the risk, the pre-tax equivalent return, and the correlation of tax-exempt bonds, as represented by the Bloomberg Barclays Municipal Bond index, to investment-grade bonds, as represented by Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index, from to the present I found the ideal allocation is approximately 60% to tax-exempt bonds.
Municipal bonds or muni bonds are issued by municipalities such as states, counties and local governments to finance projects for public services. The municipal market totals $ trillion in debt outstanding according to this report from SIFMA.
What Is a Municipal Bond. Municipal bonds are debt instruments issued by city and local governments. They are normally used to raise money for capital investment in local projects such as schools, streets and highways, bridges, hospitals, public housing, and utilities.
Municipal bonds bear interest which is paid at either a fixed or variable rate, depending on the terms of the bond. Many investors, however, often consider junk bonds to be a product of the s and s when the bonds had their first major growth streak.
Just like an investment-grade bond, a junk bond is an IOU from a business or corporation that details: how much it. New York City’s bonds, issued by the MAC, plunged to between twenty dollars and forty dollars per thousand-dollar face value, and city note-holders began to line up at the Municipal Author: Jeff Nussbaum.
The junk bond market grew exponentially during the s from a mere $10 billion in to a whopping $ billion byan increase of more than 34% each year. The EMMA website is funded and operated by the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB), the self-regulatory organization charged by Congress with promoting a fair and efficient municipal securities market.
EMMA is designated by the U. Securities and Exchange Commission as the official source for municipal securities data and disclosure. Most state and local bonds are held by households, followed by mutual funds (which also represent household investors) (figure 3).
Banks and life insurance companies used to be more prominent municipal bond holders until the Tax Reform Act of and subsequent litigation limited the advantages of doing so. Praise for the Classic Guide to the Bond Market "This is simply the most comprehensive, useful look-it-up book onmunicipal bonds I've ever read (said with all due respect to TheABC of Municipal Bonds my dad wrote in when I was nine).
ReadFundamentals cover to cover. I'm keeping mine in my briefcase,under my arm, at my fingertips. No accountant, financial advisor,attorney, new bond 3/5(1). You can buy individual municipal bonds through bond dealers, banks, brokerage firms, and in a few cases, directly from the municipality.
You can buy them either on the primary market, which is for new-issue bonds, or on the secondary market, which is a market for trading bonds after the bond has already been issued on the primary market.
For example, suppose an investor purchases a year, zero-coupon municipal bond at an original issue at a price of Suppose further that after ten years, the revised issue price of the bond using the constant interest rate method is 70 (the original issue price of 50 plus 20 points of accrued OID) and the investor sells the bond to a second.The James Bond literary franchise is a series of novels and short stories, first published in by Ian Fleming, a British author, journalist, and former naval intelligence officer.
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