The clearing firm I'm with, is NFS, a division of Fidelity. Muni bonds on our system, reflect very weak pricing. In two months, I've seen many holdings decline between 10 and 17 pts. I've seen muni bond funds fall by relatively similar amounts.Like all bond busts, I'm frustrated that this "lose" part of the equation, doesn't have the corresponding "win" on the buy side. Simply put, I can't seem to buy these bonds at these low prices. Instead, there is just this huge sucker's spread. But, the silver lining I want to confirm, is that the open ended and closed end side is "priced" as NAV, the same way my NFS driven statements are reflected. Can anyone confirm this, I've asked many times over the last 20 yrs without a good answer!Bonus points..... Is there a "name" for the pricing standard?If you cannot post in a public forum, PLEASE, register and shoot me a "private message".