Municipal cash prices ended a half-point higher yesterday, while in the primary market a $678 million New York State Medical Care Facilities Finance Agency deal was repriced at slightly lower yields.

"I think it's fairly aggressive pricing, but I think it recognizes the fact that there is a desire for New York paper out there on the part of investors, so it's priced accordingly," said Richard J. Moynihan, portfolio manager of the $3.5 billion Dreyfus Municipal Bond Fund. Moynihan, however, passed on the deal.

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