The municipal market’s primary calendar is braced for a week of low volume.

With muni yields having backed up from lows established earlier in the year, the environment may have shifted to the point where issuers are unsure about the timing for bringing new deals to market. In addition, tax season is also approaching, and springtime is not historically a period where investors see much cash from coupon payments and redemptions to put to work.

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