Climbing the wall of expiring bank guarantees on municipal debt in the coming months may not turn out to be as daunting as anticipated.

One propellant of the current hysteria over municipal credit is fear among market participants about the nearly $100 billion of letters of credit and other bank liquidity facilities on state and local government debt set to expire this year.

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