Municipals ended unchanged to 3/8 point lower yesterday as the possibility of Federal Reserve rate increase on Tuesday began to be accorded some respect.

Former Fed governor Wayne Angell, now chief economist at Bear, Steams & Co., worried the Treasury market early yesterday with his prediction that a 50-basis-point increase in both the federal funds rate and the discount rate could emanate from Tuesday's Federal Open Market Committee meeting.

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