Best of muniland on Twitter

June 30, 2014

Here are the best tweets with the #muniland hashtag for June 30, 2014:

Excellent Reuters Insider video of last week’s events in muniland:

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York examines what happens to bank holdings of municipal bonds when states enact pension reform. It’s all good.

 

Anyone following the Detroit bankruptcy is aware of the city’s massive problem of unpaid property taxes but maybe less aware of how many homes are foreclosed because of it.

The Puerto Rico public corporation restructuring story will dwarf coverage of Detroit’s bankruptcy. Buckle up:

 

Excellent back story by Bond Buyer’s Kyle Glazier about the new municipal advisor rule going into effect tomorrow:

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The part after The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority is messed up and inaccurate: :)
Moody’s Investors Service, meanwhile, said on Monday the law shows the commonwealth’s “diminished willingness” to support the corporations, which it frequently props up. The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority and the Highways and Transportation Authority (PREPA) have a combined $20 billion in debt outstanding.

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