Top 10 muni funds with non-rated bonds

Feb 24, 2011 @ 2:38 pm

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Fund name % Credit quality not rated Fund assets ($ in m)
Invesco High Income Municipal A                 64.3 587.9
Invesco Van Kampen High Yld Municipal A                 61.3 4,994.5
Nuveen High Yield Municipal Bond A                 46.9 4,242.6
Waddell & Reed Muni Hi-Inc A                 44.9 625.3
Oppenheimer Rochester National Muni A                 43.0 5,282.8
Pioneer High Income Municipal A                 41.1 608.4
Lord Abbett High Yield Municipal Bond A                 40.2 1,561.0
Ivy Municipal High Income I                 39.2 302.5
Oppenheimer AMT-Free Municipals A                 38.0 2,020.1
Federated Municipal High Yield Adv F                 35.3 440.7
Source: As of Dec. 31, 2010, except OppenheimerFunds, which are as of Jan. 31. Sources: Morningstar Inc., and OppenheimerFunds Inc. (for data on its funds).

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