Tax-exempted bond prices dropped for the fifth straight trading session yesterday on another indicator signaling that the recession may have come to an end.

Dollar bond prices fell 3/8 point on average, with some issues off as much as 1/2, while yields on high-grade serials moved up two to five basis points depending on maturity. Note traders reported that their market was firm, but pointed out that there is little paper available.

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