The service will be provided by S&P Capital IQ subsidiary Standard & Poor's Securities Evaluations Inc., and will track pricing on over three million bonds throughout the trading day.
Under the existing model for end-of-day evaluations, floating NAV funds may no longer have the ability to offer same day settlement due to the new SEC requirements. S&P's muni bond pricing service will take in market inputs, and where observable metrics are limited or unavailable, it will create an evaluated price
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