News and Insights

Roland Stoever: Market Week: October 3, 2016

10/03/2016 | Last week equities started off well enough, still feeding off the Fed's decision to leave interest rates alone for the time being.

Dick Larkin's Palm Beach Post Weekly Column: Planes and boats and trains – Airport bonds (Part 3 of 3)

10/03/2016 | Mass transit systems are essential services for large cities. Without them, traffic jams and automobile accidents would cripple the ebb and flow of commuters and businesses. Despite this demand, mass transit is rarely profitable.

Roland Stoever : Market Week: September 26, 2016

09/26/2016 | The Markets (as of market close September 23, 2016) Buoyed by news from the Fed and the Bank of Japan that measures intended to stimulate the economy would continue — at least in the short term — U.S. stock and bond prices posted gains for the week.

Dick Larkin's Palm Beach Post Weekly Column: Planes and boats and trains – Airport bonds (Part 2 of 3)

09/26/2016 | Like airports, there are two types of sea-based port facilities. General purpose ports depend on warehouse and storage rental fees, loading and unloading fees, and passenger fees for those ports that serve tourist cruise liners.

Dick Larkin's article: BARRON'S - A 12-Step Plan for Puerto Rico

09/26/2016 | Daniel Webster defined credit in 1834 as “man’s confidence in man.” Bankers, lenders, and borrowers still profess to agree, even though the aphorism also suggests the power that a confidence man has to draw money from greedy innocents.


09/22/2016 | Puerto Rico borrowed freely in 2012. Raters upgraded the Commonwealth in 2010/2011. In 2013, investors believed they would see good recovery even in default. Puerto Rico’s need to borrow was investors’ “knockout punch” in this heavyweight battle

Roland Stoever : Market Week: September 19, 2016

09/19/2016 | Volatility in the markets reigned last week as each of the indexes listed here enjoyed gains early in the week, only to give most of them back by last week's end.

Dick Larkin's Palm Beach Post Weekly Column: Planes and boats and trains (Airport Bonds)

09/19/2016 | Airport bonds can take two forms. Standard bonds are paid from general operating revenues , such as landing fees, parking, gate and terminal rents, federal passenger facility charges, and commercial concessions.

Roland Stoever : Market Week: September 12, 2016

09/12/2016 | Equities indexes rebounded early last week as lackluster economic reports in the labor and manufacturing sectors, coupled with a falling dollar, appear to be fueling speculation that the Fed won't be raising interest rates following its meeting later this month.

Dick Larkin's Palm Beach Post Weekly Column: On TOBACCO BONDS

09/12/16 | What first seemed simple has become one of the most complex types of tax-free bonds. In 1998, 48 states and 4 territories made a deal to get paid billions of dollars annually from tobacco manufacturers, in return for states dropping expensive lawsuits.

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