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Municipal bonds and the related exchange traded funds usually are not among the more exciting areas of the fixed income market. That is one reason why these assets are often popular with conservative income investors, but some traders are rushing to short shares of big muni ETFs, including the iShares National AMT-Free Muni Bond ETF […]
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