U.S. municipal bond market indicators

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DAILY INDICATORS                   LATEST          PREVIOUS          Last Date
 Bond Buyer 30-Day Visible Supply   10.011  Bln       10.168  Bln      07/22/13
 Bond Buyer Competitive Supply       3.038  Bln        2.844  Bln      07/22/13
 Bond Buyer Negotiated Supply        6.973  Bln        7.324  Bln      07/22/13
 Bond Buyer 40-Bond Index (YTM)       5.02              4.93           07/19/13
 Lipper Municipal Debt Index       1065.44           1069.66           07/19/13
 CRB Index                          290.92            290.51           07/19/13
 Weekly Indicators                  LATEST          PREVIOUS          Last Date
 Bond Buyer 20 Bond Index             4.52              4.55           07/18/13
 Bond Buyer 11 Bond Index             4.29              4.32           07/18/13
 Bond Buyer Revenue Bond Index        4.90              4.91           07/18/13
 SIFMA Swap Index                     0.05              0.05           07/17/13
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