Municipal bond movements exhibited little conviction yesterday, but secondary traders reported improved demand for a second consecutive session.

The credit markets opened with a yawn and gave a muted response to a jump in U.S. housing starts. Starts grew 2.7% in October to an annual rate of 1.396 million units, the Commerce Department reported.

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