Analysts and managers say they are finding value in the municipal market by taking advantage of attractive intermediate yields and buying opportunities presented by credits that find themselves in the headlines, among other strategies.

Global uncertainty continues to create volatility in the market — see last week’s reaction to news about progress to a resolution of the debt crisis in Europe — and that can lead to avenues of opportunity in the municipal market, according to Laura LaRosa, director of fixed-income management at Philadelphia-based Glenmede Investment and Wealth Management.

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