WASHINGTON — Municipal market participants are relieved, if only for now, that Congress did not include a 28% cap on tax-exemption in the last-minute fiscal cliff deal it narrowly passed to avoid most of the scheduled tax hikes and spending cuts.

“We dodged a bullet,” said Matt Fabian, managing director at Municipal Market Advisors. “The time crunch prevented a larger deal that would have impacted the market.”

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