The boards of directors of 10 BlackRock closed-end municipal funds have decided to withdraw a proxy vote they had wanted to put before shareholders to merge the funds to result in only four funds. The boards made the decision at their quarterly meetings Nov. 18.

The boards had decided in July that it would be in the best interest of shareholders to merge the 10 funds in order to increase their share prices and monthly dividends.

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