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This paper presents an in-depth bond analysis of a New York City municipal general obligation bond, looking at the history of the city, and why or why not a person should buy, sell, or hang onto one of the city's municipal bonds. The paper also considers weather or not investing in municipal bonds is a good idea, with the premise that one should include bonds within their overall portfolio to create diversity.
From the Paper:"The bond here is from New York City., It's a general obligation bond, so it is directed at no one particular project. New York City has had its ups and downs. The years following the 9-11 terror attacks on the Twin Towers were dismal. However, in his January 27 preliminary FY 2006 Executive Budget, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's budget story is again upbeat, but with warning signs for the out-years and the predictable slights to the City Council and municipal unions A surge in real estate and financial sector-related tax revenues helped..."
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