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Municipal Bonds This Week (1/24) - Upgrades and Downgrades

During this four-day trading week, the markets saw a lot of action, fueled by corporate earnings, international news, and macroeconomic factors. Earnings season continued this week, with some big names reporting their quarterly results. Morgan Stanley, Verizon and Kimberly Clark all missed...

Municipal Bonds This Week (1/17) - Upgrades and Downgrades

Wall Street was in for a busy week, as investors digested numerous economic reports, oil price moves, and the start of the first earnings season of 2015. Monday saw lower oil prices, following Goldman Sachs' lowering its three month outlook; WTI prices were down to $46.07 per barrel - the lowest...

Municipal Bonds This Week (1/10) - Upgrades and Downgrades

The first full trading week of 2015 got off to a shaky start, but markets were back on the rise by midweek, following the release of dovish FOMC minutes. Markets were down on Monday, following another drop in oil prices and concerns that Greece would leave the European Union. Oil continued to...

Municipal Bonds This Week (1/3) - Upgrades and Downgrades

Wall Street was down on Friday morning, marking a negative start to the first trading day of 2015. Wednesday was the last trading day of 2014, and though Wall Street ended lower on the day, major indexes logged in another year of gains. The S&P 500 rose 11.4% in 2014, while the Nasdaq saw a...

Municipal Bonds This Week (12/27) - Upgrades and Downgrades

During the Christmas-shortened trading week, markets continued their five-day gains, with the S&P 500 and the Dow hitting record highs during Wednesday's trading. Investors and traders were spurred on by positive U.S. GDP and employment announcements this week. The final third-quarter U.S....

Municipal Bonds This Week (12/20) - Upgrades and Downgrades

Markets were up again this week--the last full trading week of 2014--as a fall in oil prices and the crumbling ruble were offset by the Federal Reserve's most recent comments on raising interest rates. After crude oil prices fell on Monday, dragging down the market with them, they were up...

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