We’re smack in the middle of holiday season now, but the big story last month was the mid-term elections. The voters not only had to choose candidates, but there was a slew of municipal initiatives to approve. The results of those votes played a big part in the month’s headlines.
Here’s a sampling of some of the press we received in November.
- Seeking Alpha, IHS Markit: Guidance Pointing to Another Steady Year Ahead, November 30
- Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, The Realities of Robo-Voting, November 29
- The Bond Buyer, Munis strengthen ahead of $6B slate, November 21
- The Bond Buyer, Low & slow: Thanksgiving week municipal bond sale slate falls to $1.1B, November 16
- MarketWatch, IR Magazine Forum & Awards – Greater China 2018 Nominees announced for the IR Magazine Forum & Awards – Greater China, November 16
- The Bond Buyer, Big calendar for a short week: Buyers to see $7.3B muni bond deal slate, November 9
- Bloomberg, Wall Street Muni-Bond Bankers Need Work. Voters Gave Them Plenty, November 8
- Finance & Commerce, U.S. voters backed at least $24.4 billion of bond sales, November 7
- Bloomberg Quint, Voters to Decide on $76 Billion of Borrowing, Most Since 2006, November 4
- The Desk, SEC committee proposes bond issuance database for US credit, November 2
- Reuters, RPT-U.S. voters to decide $76 billion of bonds, taxation limits, November 2
- WHBL, U.S. voters to decide $76 billion of bonds, taxation limits, November 1