The recent bout of panic selling by investors in municipal bond funds reflects several factors, including headline risk due to predictions of widespread defaults, rising interest rates, the extension of the Bush-era tax cuts, and rallying equities.
As these events became the focus of investor attention late last year, the $464.6 billion muni fund industry was hit with an unprecedented wave of selling.
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