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mu·ni

 (myo͞o′nē) Informal
adj.
Municipal.
n. pl. mu·nis
A municipal bond.

muni

(ˈmʊnɪ)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism a holy man; sage

muni

(ˈmʊnɪ)
n
(Banking & Finance) a municipal bond
adj
(Banking & Finance) (esp of a bond) municipal
References in classic literature ?
It is Sakya Muni himself,' the lama half sobbed; and under his breath began the wonderful Buddhist invocation:
Many municipalities have considered forming a Muni Coop but have raised concerns that some of the statutory requirements act as a barrier to that objective.
Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], Jan 13 ( ANI ): Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Saturday joined the 'Ahinsa Yatra' (peace walks) with Jain Muni Acharya Mahashraman in his Padyatra.
Muni He of China plays her second shot on the par 4, 14th hole at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic on Wednesday
The House and Senate bills both eliminate advanced refundings, which muni issuers use to refinance higher interest debt not currently callable with lower interest bonds.
The Muni has always been the home of live music in Pontypridd," said Martin Williams, live music programmer at the venue.
In the area of muni default risk, Francis Longstaff and I compare the credit risk of large U.
It fell to Muni skip Gary Langford, with Roger Reade, Nigel Walker and Alex Lewis, to limit the damage on their rink to no more than ten shots; this they did perfectly restricting the visitors to a 20-11 win to give the Muni a 4-2 overall victory.
According to Bloomberg, benchmark 10-year munis yield 2.
Carol Norton and Muni chairman Geoff Wyatt were evenly matched all through their game on rink 4, but Carol with Ann Doherty, Graham and Helen Harris went into the penultimate end with a two-shot lead.
Muni, who is Indian expert in Nepalese affairs, is currently in Nepal.
However, the default rate among corporate bonds is far higher than for muni bonds.