The value of municipal bonds plunged Thursday as the prospect of rising interest rates triggered a selloff, with short-term bonds taking the hardest hit.

Yields on bonds maturing between three and seven years jumped by as much as 11 basis points, while bonds maturing in eight to nine years softened by up to five basis points. The curve beyond 10 years was weaker by a few basis points in some spots.

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