In October, Muni yields crept higher, rising by 6-9 bps across the curve, echoing the move higher in US Treasury yields. Muni Mutual funds recovered from a single week of outflows and took in over $5 billion for the month. After the election results were announced, how-ever, both Muni and U.S. Treasury yields fell dramatically as expected gridlock in the split legislature diminished the prospects of a massive stimulus package and higher inflation. The main story in Munis was record monthly supply in October as issuers rushed to market prior to the election.