“Another big boost in demand” for municipal bonds might be in store “through tax season,” according to Friedricks, as the Internal Revenue Service continues to roll out rulings since the tax overhaul that passed last December and as tax professionals figure out these new rules being issues. California municipal-bond yields are likely to stay “below those seen in the rest of the municipal market,” Friedricks said.
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