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Municipal

6/21/21
$96,970,000
Metro Wtr Southern Cal
2022-2026 2028-2033 2036 Pxg Wed 6/23 Aa1 AAA NR
6/21/21
$244,555,000
Miami-Dade Co
2027-2028 2034-2044 2046 2048 2051 Pxg 6/23 A1 A+
6/21/21
$1,858,850,000
Los Angeles City TRANs
Due 6/23/2022 Pxg Tues 6/22 MIG-1 SP-1+

Capital Markets

Debt

6/1/2021
$500m - MetLife - CoLead

GSE Mortgage/Securitized Issues

4/1/2021
$943m - Freddie Mac K-F105 - CoMgr

Company News

Jun. 10, 2021
Ramirez & Co.

Ramirez to participate in SIFMA’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Summit
May. 27, 2021
Ramirez & Co.

October 7, 2020 – BNY Mellon Pershing – “Driving a Family Culture” April 14, 2021 – Bank of America Securities – “Impact & Inclusion” Event Up Next! June 16 & 27, 2021 – SIFMA

Insights

CREDIT AND MARKET STRATEGY
MUNICIPAL MARKET WEEKLY

June 21, 2021

Markets were in extreme risk-off mode last week as the FOMC scuttled investors’ belief in the “reflation” trade by projecting a median of two fed funds rate increases by the end of 2023, faster than markets had anticipated. The Fed made no change to the fed funds rate (0%-0.25%) or the asset purchase program on Wednesday, but revised slightly it’s timeline for rate increases, signaling a more hawkish stance against long-term inflation. 


Munis lagged and underperformed Treasuries despite a modest new issue calendar and another torrent of fund inflows one of the richest markets in history. New issue of $14.3 bil. was manageable and well-received, led by issues from DASNY, SE Energy, and WA Econ Dev Fin Auth. About $10.2 bil., or only 71.3% of new issue was tax-exempt. Fund inflows on the week were again staggering at +$1.85 bil. (+$34.37 bil. YTD), driven by fears of higher taxes.

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Quarterly Review

SAMUEL A. RAMIREZ & COMPANY, INC.
MACROECONOMIC OUTLOOK
FINANCIAL STRATEGIES GROUP – March 2021

Dear Clients,

Please find attached Ramirez & Co.’s Macroeconomic Outlook. In our report, we continue to monitor the US economy, global events and the Fed’s outlook on the economy and rates:

• The Covid-19 virus is slowing down and vaccination in the US is picking up. In all likelihood, the economy will follow Covid-19’s and the vaccination’s path             
• The FOMC forecasts 2021 GDP to expand by 6.5%, contrasted with its December forecast of a 4.2% increase. And, the Fed forecaststhat real GDP will grow by 3.3% and 2.2% in 2022 and 2023, respectively, all well-above its 1.8% of sustainable longer-run growth
• The Fed funds rate remains unchanged at 0%-0.25%, and will remain as such, through 2023, according to the median FOMC estimate. The longer run Fed funds rate remains at 2.5%.
• For the foreseeable future, the Fed will continue its large-scale asset purchases (LSAP) at least at the current pace –$80 billion per month in Treasury securities and $40 billion per month in mortgage-backed securities

Members of our Financial Strategies Group, Niso Abuaf, Konstantin Semyonov and Duncan Sinclair, would be happy to discuss further any of the material with you.

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To all clients:

Samuel A. Ramirez & Company, Inc. (Ramirez & Company) continues to monitor all federal, state, and local COVID-19 guidance. Currently all employees are working remotely. The firm is operating business as usual, providing all products, services and capabilities for our clients across the globe. We will continue to provide updates to you, as needed, in the coming days and weeks.

For more information, please refer to the Ramirez & Co. Business Continuity Client Disclosure: ramirezco.com/BusinessContinuity. If you have any questions, please contact your Sales or Relationship Manager or email info@ramirezco.com.

Ramirez & Company, Inc. Management

At Ramirez we firmly stand united in the fight against racial injustices and the marginalization of minority communities. As a minority owned firm we are committed to ensuring that future generations do not have to face these obstacles and we believe that we all need to work together to make America a more just and fair country. Ramirez understands that Black Lives Matter and that more progress needs to be made to change the fundamental problems of racial and class inequalities in housing, education, healthcare and our justice system. This is a critical moment in time and it is imperative we collectively take the steps to make change and move the needle.


CEO Letter to Employees Addressing this Crisis

Diversity Statement

Ramirez Charity and Community Involvement Statement

June 8, 2020

Dear Ramirez Employees:

I want to let you know that I - and all of Ramirez leadership - stand with the Black Community. We are sickened by what happened to George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and the other recent victims of horrible racial violence the past few years and for many years before these events. We abhor the systemic racism and social injustices in America that Black and Brown people are subjected to. We stand with the peaceful protestors and agree that we all need to work together to make America a more just and fair country. As a first generation American Puerto Rican, I understand the issues minorities today are facing. I have been fortunate to be a successful entrepreneur, but while growing our firm I have had to confront many cases of discrimination and inequality in the American business world. Fifty years ago I remember being told not to name the firm Ramirez, because "no-one would do business with a Hispanic firm." I understand the progress that has been made, but much more progress needs to be made to change the fundamental problems of racial and class inequities in housing, education, healthcare and our justice system. This is a critical moment in time and it is imperative we collectively take the steps to make change and move the needle. There is no tolerance at Ramirez for racial discrimination of any type and, at a minimum, it is our responsibility and obligation to increase our outreach to the minority community in our charitable giving, internships, hiring, and professional development programs. To that end we will:


We will work together as a company on ideas for how to be most effective in making change. Thank you to all of you who make Ramirez a success and we welcome and appreciate your ideas.
More to come.
Sam Ramirez
Founder & CEO - Samuel A. Ramirez & Co., Inc.

Diversity Statement:

As one of the oldest and largest Hispanic institutions on Wall Street, we are proud of our origins and strive to lead the way in benefiting those most in need. Being 92% minority owned & 100% employee owned, we take pride that 100% of our regional offices are being led by a minority or military veteran. When focusing on the senior leadership roles at Ramirez & Co and Ramirez Asset Management there is an impressive 60% minority representation. We believe that this diverse workforce is a key ingredient to our success and thus over the last ten year periods 40+% of all new hires have been minorities. We have a robust internal program that provides junior minority employees mentorship opportunities with senior leaders that help them navigate the industry and advance within the firm. This pipeline of talent starts with our intern program where over the last ten years 65% of all interns have been minorities with the current class being representative of that. Overall 40+% of the total Ramirez family is composed of minorities.

We are committed to continuing to be industry leaders in the inclusion of minorities in the financial industry and firmly believe that this is a key part of our future success.

Charitable Giving Statement:

Now more than ever is the time to concentrate on giving to causes that have the potential to improve our country and create the most value for future generations. Over the last five years Ramirez has focused our giving to organizations whose missions include the education of minority populations, community support, healthcare and mentorship programs. A total of over 100 charities with 18+ unique causes were supported with almost $850k+ in total donations made. Ramirez is committed to increasing our support of organizations that are focused on racial and class inequities in housing, education, healthcare and our justice system.