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Ehlers is an industry-leading municipal advisor firm serving Minnesota, Wisconsin, Colorado and Kansas. We leverage centuries of combined experience and specialized expertise to deliver innovative, fully-integrated public finance solutions that help governments and public agencies build strong, vibrant and sustainable communities.

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With client communities at the heart of everything we do, Ehlers’ integrated advisory teams are uniquely qualified to deliver independent guidance across all areas of public finance. That’s something our competitors just can’t say.

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Upcoming Events

Bond Sales

The occurrence of each sale, and the details of each sale, are subject to change. Final details for each sale listed will be found in the official statement produced by Ehlers.

6 Upcoming Bond Sales

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City of West Bend, Wisconsin

$3,600,000.00 Taxable General Obligation Community Development Bonds, Series 2020A

Maturities
2023 - 2040

Sale Date & Time
January 21 2020, 10:30 AM CT

Independent School District No. 152 (Moorhead Area Public Schools), Minnesota

$110,000,000.00 General Obligation School Building Bonds, Series 2020A

Maturities
2023 - 2044

Sale Date & Time
January 21 2020, 11:00 AM CT

Independent School District No. 912 (Milaca), Minnesota

$4,975,000.00 General Obligation School Building Bonds, Series 2020A

Maturities
2030 - 2035

Sale Date & Time
January 21 2020, 11:00 AM CT

Market Commentary

Pent up demand for municipal bonds and declines in yields are a favorable combination for issuers entering 2020
Greg Johnson, CIPMA, Senior Municipal Advisor
8 Jan 2020

Interest Rate Index

As of January 10, 2020

Bond Buyer Index
2.63%
Revenue Bond Index
2.99%
10-Year Treasury Note
1.84%

Newsroom

2019 Review

Pent up demand for municipal bonds and declines in yields are a favorable combination for issuers entering 2020, coming off a year where municipal bond volume exceeded $400 billion for the fourth time in ten years.

Market Commentary

The Fed Hits “Pause”

Recession fears seem to be easing, and the Fed appears to be poised to hold rates steady for an extended period. Meanwhile, the municipal bond market is finishing a busy year and expectations for next year include high volume of new bonds, increasing issuance of taxable bonds, and strong demand.

Market Commentary

Muni Market Recap

Although it was a quiet week for the muni market last week, this week sees the largest supply of new money bonds in the past two years – a whopping $17.4 billion of mostly taxable bonds are slated for sale by the end of the week, which many believe will be very well received (and priced).

Market Commentary