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Why the Muni-Bond Market Cares About the Midterms

Matt Fabian, partner at Municipal Market Analytics, wagers there’s a more than 50 percent chance of an infrastructure bill passing the House if Democrats take control. Even so, it could easily die in a Republican Senate, given that a politically divided Congress is historically prone to gridlock.

“If you couldn’t get something done with control of both houses of Congress and the executive, it’s going to be difficult to get it done with a divided Congress,” said Ian Rogow, a municipal strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Tim Holler