Seasonal patterns are common-place and well established in many commodity markets.

The grain markets have a strong tendency to show rising prices from late spring into midsummer and subsequent recessions into late summer and early fall. Crude oil has a bias toward low prices in midsummer and a subsequent rally into late fall. This article discusses whether seasonal patterns exist in the long-term municipal bond market.

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