Blue List

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DEFINITION of 'Blue List'

A daily digest of municipal and corporate bond offerings, market commentaries, fixed-income statistics and other bond information. The blue list is used by bond investors to identify investment opportunities in the bond market.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Blue List'

Historically printed on blue paper, the Blue List is printed by Standard & Poor's and was first printed in 1935.
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