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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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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.

8 Upcoming Bond Sales

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City of West St. Paul, Minnesota

$6,530,000.00 General Obligation Bonds, Series 2019A

Maturities
2021 - 2035

Sale Date & Time
August 26 2019, 10:00 AM CDT

Independent School District No. 553 (New York Mills), Minnesota

$9,385,000.00 General Obligation Facilities Maintenance Bonds, Series 2019A

Maturities
2022 - 2036

Sale Date & Time
August 26 2019, 10:00 AM CDT

City of Osseo, Minnesota

$745,000.00 General Obligation Improvement Bonds, Series 2019A

Maturities
2021 - 2035

Sale Date & Time
August 26 2019, 10:30 AM CDT

Market Commentary

U.S. equity markets have shown weakness as of late as investors digest global disruptions.
Greg Johnson, CIPMA, Senior Municipal Advisor
7 Aug 2019

Interest Rate Index

As of August 23, 2019

Bond Buyer Index
3.07%
Revenue Bond Index
3.1%
10-Year Treasury Note
1.6%

Newsroom

Rate Cut Expected While Muni Yields Go Lower

The financial markets are expecting that the Fed will decrease the federal funds rate at their meeting next week – for the first time in over ten years. Meanwhile, yields on muni bonds have continued to decline; we explain some of the factors causing the surprising declines in yields that have occurred in 2019.

Market Commentary

Better Than Expected Economic Data Yet a Rate Cut Still Very Likely…

Although some U.S. economic data indicates the economy is still doing fairly well, it seems the Federal Reserve may still cut rates at its July 30-31 meeting, citing growing concerns about the global economy and tepid growth in business investments. While the Chairman did not explicitly say a rate cut was going to happen, the market believes it is all but guaranteed. The question now is by how much will the Fed cut rates – 25 basis points or more?

Market Commentary