Most Bond Buyer Indexes Fall in Week, But 1-Year Note Rises to 3.73%

Scarchilli, Michael
July 2006
Bond Buyer;7/21/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32428, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports most of the "Bond Buyer" weekly indexes has declined after U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben S. Bernanke gave a semiannual testimony to the Congress, reversing early-week losses and increased prices. Municipal market was stagnant, but carried a firm tone after the release of a weak economic data. Bernanke's testimony overshadowed the impact of the Consumer Price Index as market participants think that his comments indicated a pause in monetary tightening.


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