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Nuveen
Missouri
Quality
Municipal
Income
Fund
Portfolio
of
Investments
February
28,
2022
(Unaudited)
NOM
Principal
Amount
(000)
Description
(1)
Optional
Call
Provisions
(2)
Ratings
(3)
Value
LONG-TERM
INVESTMENTS
-
154.3% (100.0%
of
Total
Investments)  
MUNICIPAL
BONDS
-
154.3%  (100.0%
of
Total
Investments)
Consumer
Staples
-
4.0%
(2.6%
of
Total
Investments)
$
1,055
Missouri
Development
Finance
Board,
Solid
Waste
Disposal
Revenue
Bonds,
Procter
and
Gamble
Inc.,
Series
1999,
5.200%,
3/15/29,
(AMT)
No
Opt.
Call
AA-
$
1,267,741
Education
and
Civic
Organizations
-
16.7%
(10.8%
of
Total
Investments)
300
Curators
of
the
University
of
Missouri,
System
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Series
2014A,
4.000%,
11/01/33
11/24
at
100.00
AA+
319,275
410
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Educational
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Kansas
City
University
of
Medicine
and
Biosciences,
Series
2013A,
5.000%,
6/01/33
6/23
at
100.00
A1
430,074
750
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Educational
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Saint
Louis
College
of
Pharmacy,
Series
2013,
5.500%,
5/01/43
5/23
at
100.00
BBB
788,377
600
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Educational
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Southwest
Baptist
University
Project,
Series
2012,
5.000%,
10/01/33
10/22
at
100.00
BBB-
603,432
725
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Educational
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
University
of
Central
Missouri,
Series
2013C-2,
5.000%,
10/01/34
10/23
at
100.00
A+
767,724
1,000
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Saint
Louis
University,
Series
2015A,
4.000%,
10/01/42
10/25
at
100.00
AA-
1,065,850
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Saint
Louis
University,
Series
2019A:
500
5.000%,
10/01/46
4/29
at
100.00
AA-
591,640
200
4.000%,
10/01/48
4/29
at
100.00
AA-
219,872
115
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Webster
University,
Refunding
Series
2017,
4.000%,
4/01/34
4/27
at
100.00
Baa2
120,656
210
Missouri
Southern
State
University,
Auxiliary
Enterprise
System
Revenue
Bonds,
Series
2019A,
4.000%,
10/01/39
-
AGM
Insured
10/29
at
100.00
AA
230,725
100
Saline
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
First
Mortgage
Revenue
Bonds,
Missouri
Valley
College,
Series
2017,
4.500%,
10/01/40
10/23
at
100.00
N/R
100,740
4,910
Total
Education
and
Civic
Organizations
5,238,365
Health
Care
-
38.2%
(24.8%
of
Total
Investments)
300
Boone
County,
Missouri,
Hospital
Revenue
Bonds,
Boone
Hospital
Center,
Refunding
Series
2016,
5.000%,
8/01/30
8/26
at
100.00
BBB-
332,970
400
Cape
Girardeau
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Southeasthealth,
Series
2017A,
5.000%,
3/01/36
3/27
at
100.00
BBB-
451,692
250
Hannibal
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Hannibal
Regional
Healthcare
System,
Series
2017,
5.000%,
10/01/47
10/27
at
100.00
A-
283,362
315
Joplin
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Freeman
Health
System,
Series
2015,
5.000%,
2/15/35
2/24
at
100.00
A
336,316
500
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
BJC
Health
System,
Series
2015A,
4.000%,
1/01/45
1/25
at
100.00
AA
528,575
1,010
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
BJC
Health
System,
Series
2021A,
4.000%,
7/01/46
7/31
at
100.00
AA
1,129,907
500
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
BJC
Health
System,
Variable
Rate
Demand
Obligation
Series
2013C,
4.000%,
1/01/50,
(Mandatory
Put
1/01/46)
7/26
at
100.00
AA
527,040
315
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
BJC
Health
System,
Variable
Rate
Demand
Obligation
Series
2017D,
4.000%,
1/01/58,
(Mandatory
Put
1/01/48)
1/28
at
100.00
AA
340,093
750
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
BJC
Health
System,
Variable
Rate
Demand
Obligation
Series
2017D,
4.000%,
1/01/58,
(Mandatory
Put
1/01/48),
(UB)
(4)
1/28
at
100.00
AA
809,745
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Missouri
Quality
Municipal
Income
Fund
(continued)
Portfolio
of
Investments
February
28,
2022
(Unaudited)
2
NOM
Principal
Amount
(000)
Description
(1)
Optional
Call
Provisions
(2)
Ratings
(3)
Value
Health
Care
(continued)
$
130
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Capital
Region
Medical
Center,
Series
2020,
5.000%,
11/01/40
11/30
at
100.00
Baa2
$
155,373
1,730
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
CoxHealth,
Series
2013A,
5.000%,
11/15/44
11/23
at
100.00
A2
1,830,790
415
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
CoxHealth,
Series
2015A,
5.000%,
11/15/32
11/25
at
100.00
A2
464,252
150
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
CoxHealth,
Series
2019A,
5.000%,
11/15/37
5/29
at
100.00
A2
180,182
335
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Heartland
Regional
Medical
Center,
Series
2012,
5.000%,
2/15/37
3/22
at
100.00
AA-
336,112
390
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Mercy
Health,
Series
2012,
4.000%,
11/15/42
11/22
at
100.00
A+
397,039
550
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Mercy
Health,
Series
2014F,
4.250%,
11/15/48
11/24
at
100.00
A+
584,887
515
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Mercy
Health,
Series
2017C,
5.000%,
11/15/47
11/27
at
100.00
A+
593,244
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Mercy
Health,
Series
2020:
500
4.000%,
6/01/50
6/30
at
100.00
A+
555,890
1,000
4.000%,
6/01/53
6/30
at
100.00
A+
1,108,640
350
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Children's
Mercy
Hospital,
Series
2017A,
4.000%,
5/15/48
5/25
at
102.00
A+
374,476
125
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Lake
Regional
Health
System,
Series
2021,
4.000%,
2/15/51
8/31
at
100.00
BBB+
137,363
500
Saint
Louis
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Health
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
Ranken-Jordan
Project,
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2016,
5.000%,
11/15/46
11/25
at
100.00
N/R
526,695
11,030
Total
Health
Care
11,984,643
Housing/Single
Family
-
0.2%
(0.1%
of
Total
Investments)
65
Missouri
Housing
Development
Commission,
Single
Family
Mortgage
Revenue
Bonds,
First
Place
Homeownership
Loan
Program,
Series
2017A-2,
3.800%,
11/01/37
11/26
at
100.00
AA+
66,720
Long-Term
Care
-
9.4%
(6.1%
of
Total
Investments)
190
Bridgeton
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Senior
Housing
Revenue
Bonds,
The
Sarah
Community
Project,
Refunding
Series
2016,
4.000%,
5/01/33
5/25
at
100.00
N/R
182,047
100
Kirkwood
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Retirement
Community
Revenue
Bonds,
Aberdeen
Heights
Project,
Refunding
Series
2017A,
5.250%,
5/15/37
5/27
at
100.00
BB
106,732
500
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Lutheran
Senior
Services
Projects,
Series
2014A,
5.000%,
2/01/44
2/24
at
100.00
BBB
521,775
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Lutheran
Senior
Services
Projects,
Series
2016A:
400
5.000%,
2/01/36
2/26
at
100.00
BBB
435,340
500
5.000%,
2/01/46
2/26
at
100.00
BBB
538,380
100
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Lutheran
Senior
Services
Projects,
Series
2019C,
4.000%,
2/01/48
2/29
at
100.00
BBB
105,305
Saint
Louis
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Revenue
Bonds,
Friendship
Village
of
Sunset
Hills,
Series
2012:
250
5.000%,
9/01/32
9/22
at
100.00
BB+
253,317
250
5.000%,
9/01/42
9/22
at
100.00
BB+
252,870
430
Saint
Louis
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Revenue
Bonds,
Friendship
Village
of
Sunset
Hills,
Series
2013A,
5.875%,
9/01/43
9/23
at
100.00
BB+
449,384
100
Saint
Louis
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Revenue
Bonds,
Saint
Andrew's
Resources
for
Seniors,
Series
2015A,
5.125%,
12/01/45
12/25
at
100.00
N/R
105,871
2,820
Total
Long-Term
Care
2,951,021
3
Principal
Amount
(000)
Description
(1)
Optional
Call
Provisions
(2)
Ratings
(3)
Value
Tax
Obligation/General
-
23.8%
(15.4%
of
Total
Investments)
Clay
County
Public
School
District
53,
Liberty,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Series
2018:
$
1,000
4.000%,
3/01/34
3/26
at
100.00
AA
$
1,088,130
335
4.000%,
3/01/36
3/26
at
100.00
AA
362,902
340
Clay
County
Reorganized
School
District
R-II
Smithville,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Refunding
Series
2015,
4.000%,
3/01/36
3/27
at
100.00
AA+
375,139
350
Fenton
Missouri
Fire
Protection
District,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Series
2019,
4.000%,
3/01/39
3/27
at
100.00
AA+
383,891
500
Fort
Zumwalt
School
District,
Callaway
County,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2015,
4.000%,
3/01/32
3/24
at
100.00
AA+
525,190
200
Fort
Zumwalt
School
District,
Callaway
County,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2018,
5.000%,
3/01/36
3/27
at
100.00
AA+
230,698
1,000
Joplin
Schools,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Refunding,
Direct
Deposit
Program
Series
2017,
4.000%,
3/01/32
3/27
at
100.00
AA+
1,112,460
300
Kansas
City,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2018A,
4.000%,
2/01/35
2/28
at
100.00
AA
337,809
850
Ozark
R-6
School
District,
Christian
County,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Series
2021,
3.000%,
4/01/43
4/30
at
100.00
N/R
873,273
1,000
Valley
Park
Fire
Protection
District,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Series
2019,
4.000%,
3/01/39
3/27
at
100.00
AA
1,077,050
1,000
Washington
School
District,
Franklin
County,
Missouri,
General
Obligation
Bonds,
Missouri
Direct
Deposit
Program,
Series
2019,
4.000%,
3/01/35
3/27
at
100.00
AA+
1,108,400
6,875
Total
Tax
Obligation/General
7,474,942
Tax
Obligation/Limited
-
27.2%
(17.6%
of
Total
Investments)
500
Bi-State
Development
Agency
of
the
Missouri-Illinois
Metropolitan
District,
Mass
Transit
Sales
Tax
Appropriation
Bonds,
Refunding
Combined
Lien
Series
2019,
4.000%,
10/01/48
10/29
at
100.00
AA
555,800
720
Bi-State
Development
Agency
of
the
Missouri-Illinois
Metropolitan
District,
Mass
Transit
Sales
Tax
Appropriation
Bonds,
Refunding
Combined
Lien
Series
2020A,
4.000%,
10/01/44
10/30
at
100.00
AA
815,069
350
Blue
Springs,
Missouri,
Special
Obligation
Tax
Increment
Bonds,
Adams
Farm
Project,
Special
Districts
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2015A,
4.750%,
6/01/30
6/24
at
100.00
N/R
350,196
145
Clay,
Jackson
&
Platte
Counties
Consolidated
Public
Library
District
3,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Mid-Continent
Public
Library
Project,
Series
2018,
4.000%,
3/01/35
3/26
at
100.00
Aa3
156,262
250
Conley
Road
Transportation
District,
Missouri,
Transportation
Sales
Tax
Revenue
Bonds,
Series
2017,
5.125%,
5/01/41
5/25
at
100.00
N/R
256,248
500
Festus
R-VI
School
District,
Jefferson
County,
Missouri,
Lease
Participation
Certificates,
Festus
R-VI
School
District
Project,
Series
2021B,
4.000%,
4/01/41
4/31
at
100.00
N/R
563,085
315
Fulton,
Missouri,
Tax
Increment
Revenue
Bonds,
Fulton
Commons
Redevelopment
Project,
Series
2006,
5.000%,
6/01/28
(5)
3/22
at
100.00
N/R
207,900
Howard
Bend
Levee
District,
St.
Louis
County,
Missouri,
Levee
District
Improvement
Bonds,
Series
2013B:
250
4.875%,
3/01/33
3/23
at
100.00
BB+
251,897
200
5.000%,
3/01/38
3/23
at
100.00
BB+
201,528
300
Kansas
City
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Downtown
Redevelpment
District
Revenue
Bonds,
Series
2011A,
5.000%,
9/01/32
3/22
at
100.00
AA-
301,131
110
Kansas
City
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Sales
Tax
Revenue
Bonds,
Ward
Parkway
Center
Community
Improvement
District,
Senior
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2016,
4.250%,
4/01/26,
144A
No
Opt.
Call
N/R
112,814
325
Kansas
City,
Missouri,
Special
Obligation
Bonds,
Downtown
Redevelopment
District,
Series
2014C,
5.000%,
9/01/33
9/23
at
100.00
AA-
343,824
Land
Clearance
for
Redevelopment
Authority
of
Kansas
City,
Missouri,
Project
Revenue
Bonds,
Convention
Center
Hotel
Project
-
TIF
Financing,
Series
2018B:
100
5.000%,
2/01/40,
144A
2/28
at
100.00
N/R
96,105
100
5.000%,
2/01/50,
144A
2/28
at
100.00
N/R
94,124
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Missouri
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Municipal
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February
28,
2022
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4
NOM
Principal
Amount
(000)
Description
(1)
Optional
Call
Provisions
(2)
Ratings
(3)
Value
Tax
Obligation/Limited
(continued)
$
245
Missouri
Development
Finance
Board,
Infrastructure
Facilities
Revenue
Bonds,
City
of
Branson
-
Branson
Landing
Project,
Series
2015A,
4.000%,
6/01/34
6/23
at
100.00
A-
$
252,698
Puerto
Rico
Sales
Tax
Financing
Corporation,
Sales
Tax
Revenue
Bonds,
Restructured
2018A-1:
200
4.550%,
7/01/40
7/28
at
100.00
N/R
221,562
422
0.000%,
7/01/46
7/28
at
41.38
N/R
137,091
170
5.000%,
7/01/58
7/28
at
100.00
N/R
190,646
Puerto
Rico
Sales
Tax
Financing
Corporation,
Sales
Tax
Revenue
Bonds,
Taxable
Restructured
Cofina
Project
Series
2019A-2:
252
4.329%,
7/01/40
7/28
at
100.00
N/R
275,948
100
4.784%,
7/01/58
7/28
at
100.00
N/R
110,598
50
Saint
Charles
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Sales
Tax
Revenue
Bonds,
Wentzville
Parkway
Regional
Community
Improvement
District
Project,
Series
2019B,
4.250%,
11/01/49,
144A
11/29
at
102.00
N/R
48,260
250
Saint
Louis
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Sales
Tax
Revenue
Bonds,
Chesterfield
Blue
Valley
Community
Improvement
District
Project,
Series
2014A,
5.250%,
7/01/44,
144A
7/24
at
100.00
N/R
251,450
500
Saint
Louis
Municipal
Finance
Corporation,
Missouri,
Leasehold
Revenue
Bonds,
Convention
Center,
Expansion
&
Improvement
Projects
Series
2020,
5.000%,
10/01/49
-
AGM
Insured
10/30
at
100.00
AA
596,315
300
Saint
Louis
Municipal
Library
District,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Refunding
Series
2020,
4.000%,
3/15/44
-
BAM
Insured
3/30
at
100.00
AA
332,676
600
Springfield,
Missouri,
Special
Obligation
Bonds,
Sewer
System
Improvements
Project,
Series
2015,
4.000%,
4/01/35
4/25
at
100.00
Aa2
642,786
500
St.
Charles,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Refunding
Series
2020B,
3.000%,
2/01/39
8/30
at
100.00
Aa3
523,925
450
The
Industrial
Development
Authority
of
the
City
of
Saint
Louis,
Missouri,
Development
Financing
Revenue
Bonds,
Ballpark
Village
Development
Project,
Series
2017A,
4.750%,
11/15/47
11/26
at
100.00
N/R
427,311
215
Transportation
Development
District,
Missouri,
Transportation
Sales
Tax
Revenue
Bonds,
Series
2017,
4.500%,
6/01/36
6/26
at
100.00
BBB
226,049
8,419
Total
Tax
Obligation/Limited
8,543,298
Transportation
-
6.8%
(4.4%
of
Total
Investments)
500
Kansas
City
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Airport
Special
Obligation
Bonds,
Kansas
City
International
Airport
Terminal
Modernization
Project,
Series
2019B,
5.000%,
3/01/46,
(AMT)
3/29
at
100.00
A2
572,840
1,350
Kansas
City
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Airport
Special
Obligation
Bonds,
Kansas
City
International
Airport
Terminal
Modernization
Project,
Series
2020A,
5.000%,
3/01/57
-
AGM
Insured,
(AMT)
3/30
at
100.00
AA
1,559,223
1,850
Total
Transportation
2,132,063
U.S.
Guaranteed
-
12.6%
(8.2%
of
Total
Investments)
(6)
910
Bi-State
Development
Agency
of
the
Missouri-Illinois
Metropolitan
District,
Mass
Transit
Sales
Tax
Appropriation
Bonds,
Refunding
Combined
Lien
Series
2013A,
5.000%,
10/01/33,
(Pre-refunded
10/01/22)
10/22
at
100.00
Aa2
932,668
335
Guam
A.B.
Won
Pat  International
Airport
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
Series
2013B,
5.500%,
10/01/33,
(Pre-refunded
10/01/23)
-
AGM
Insured
10/23
at
100.00
AA
358,118
2,000
Metropolitan
St.
Louis
Sewerage
District,
Missouri,
Wastewater
System
Revenue
Bonds,
Series
2012A,
5.000%,
5/01/42,
(Pre-refunded
5/01/22)
5/22
at
100.00
AAA
2,014,720
510
Missouri
Health
and
Educational
Facilities
Authority,
Revenue
Bonds,
A.T.
Still
University
of
Health
Sciences,
Series
2014,
5.000%,
10/01/39,
(Pre-
refunded
10/01/23)
10/23
at
100.00
A-
541,625
100
Saint
Louis
County
Industrial
Development
Authority,
Missouri,
Revenue
Bonds,
Friendship
Village
of
Chesterfield,
Series
2012,
5.000%,
9/01/42,
(Pre-refunded
9/01/22)
9/22
at
100.00
N/R
102,129
3,855
Total
U.S.
Guaranteed
3,949,260
5
Part
F
of
Form
N-PORT
was
prepared
in
accordance
with
U.S.
generally
accepted
accounting
principles
(“U.S.
GAAP”)
and
in
conformity
with
the
applicable
rules
and
regulations
of
the
U.S.
Securities
and
Exchange
Commission
(“SEC”)
related
to
interim
filings.
Part
F
of
Form
N-PORT
does
not
include
all
information
and
footnotes
required
by
U.S.
GAAP
for
complete
financial
statements.
Certain
footnote
disclosures
normally
included
in
financial
statements
prepared
in
accordance
with
U.S.
GAAP
have
been
condensed
or
omitted
from
this
report
pursuant
to
the
rules
of
the
SEC.
For
a
full
set
of
the
Fund’s
notes
to
financial
statements,
please
refer
to
the
Fund’s
most
recently
filed
annual
or
semi-annual
report.
Fair
Value
Measurements
The
Fund’s
investments
in
securities
are
recorded
at
their
estimated
fair
value
utilizing
valuation
methods
approved
by
the
Board
of
Directors/
Trustees.
Fair
value
is
defined
as
the
price
that
would
be
received
upon
selling
an
investment
or
transferring
a
liability
in
an
orderly
transaction
to
an
independent
buyer
in
the
principal
or
most
advantageous
market
for
the
investment.
U.S.
GAAP
establishes
the
three-tier
hierarchy
which
is
used
to
maximize
the
use
of
observable
market
data
and
minimize
the
use
of
unobservable
inputs
and
to
establish
classification
of
fair
value
measurements
for
disclosure
purposes.
Observable
inputs
reflect
the
assumptions
market
participants
would
use
in
pricing
the
asset
or
liability.
Observable
inputs
are
based
on
market
data
obtained
from
sources
independent
of
the
reporting
entity.
Unobservable
inputs
reflect
management’s
assumptions
about
the
assumptions
market
participants
would
use
in
pricing
the
asset
or
liability.
Unobservable
inputs
are
based
on
the
best
information
available
in
the
circumstances.
The
following
is
a
summary
of
the
three-tiered
hierarchy
of
valuation
input
levels.
Level
1
Inputs
are
unadjusted
and
prices
are
determined
using
quoted
prices
in
active
markets
for
identical
securities.
Level
2
Prices
are
determined
using
other
significant
observable
inputs
(including
quoted
prices
for
similar
securities,
interest
rates,
credit
spreads,
etc.).
Level
3
Prices
are
determined
using
significant
unobservable
inputs
(including
management’s
assumptions
in
determining
the
fair
value
of
investments).
The
following
table
summarizes
the
market
value
of
the
Fund's
investments
as
of
the
end
of
the
reporting
period,
based
on
the
inputs
used
to
value
them:
Principal
Amount
(000)
Description
(1)
Optional
Call
Provisions
(2)
Ratings
(3)
Value
Utilities
-
15.4%
(10.0%
of
Total
Investments)
$
250
Camden
County
Public
Water
Supply
District
4,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Series
2017,
5.000%,
1/01/47
1/25
at
100.00
A-
$
266,840
150
Franklin
County
Public
Water
Supply
District
3,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Series
2017,
4.000%,
12/01/37
12/24
at
100.00
A+
158,606
160
Kansas
City,
Missouri,
Sanitary
Sewer
System
Revenue
Bonds,
Improvement
Series
2018A,
4.000%,
1/01/35
1/28
at
100.00
AA
180,664
125
Metropolitan
St.
Louis
Sewerage
District,
Missouri,
Wastewater
System
Revenue
Bonds,
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2016C,
5.000%,
5/01/46
5/26
at
100.00
AAA
143,470
450
Metropolitan
St.
Louis
Sewerage
District,
Missouri,
Wastewater
System
Revenue
Bonds,
Refunding
&
Improvement
Series
2017A,
5.000%,
5/01/47
5/27
at
100.00
AAA
516,623
500
Missouri
Environmental
Improvement
and
Energy
Resources
Authority,
Water
Facility
Revenue
Bonds,
Tri-County
Water
Authority,
Series
2015,
5.000%,
1/01/40
1/25
at
100.00
Aa3
546,045
350
Missouri
Joint
Municipal
Electric
Utility
Commission,
Power
Project
Revenue
Bonds,
Plum
Point
Project,
Refunding
Series
2014A,
5.000%,
1/01/32
1/25
at
100.00
A
381,825
500
Missouri
Joint
Municipal
Electric
Utility
Commission,
Power
Project
Revenue
Bonds,
Plum
Point
Project,
Refunding
Series
2015A,
4.000%,
1/01/35
1/26
at
100.00
A
533,665
500
Missouri
Joint
Municipal
Electric
Utility
Commission,
Power
Supply
System
Revenue
Bonds,
MoPEP
Facilities,
Series
2018,
5.000%,
12/01/43
6/27
at
100.00
A2
573,360
585
Saint
Charles
County
Public
Water
Supply
District
2,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Refudning
Series
2016C,
5.000%,
12/01/32
12/25
at
100.00
AA+
661,313
550
Saint
Charles
County
Public
Water
Supply
District
2,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Series
2018,
4.000%,
12/01/39
12/25
at
100.00
AA+
588,219
260
Stone
County
Public
Water
Supply
District
2,
Missouri,
Certificates
of
Participation,
Series
2021B,
4.000%,
12/01/51
12/28
at
100.00
N/R
269,139
4,380
Total
Utilities
4,819,769
$
45,259
Total
Long-Term
Investments
(cost
$46,539,362)
48,427,822
Floating
Rate
Obligations
-
(1.9)%  
(
600,000
)
MuniFund
Term
Preferred
Shares,
net
of
deferred
offering
costs
-
(56.7)%
(7)
(
17,793,301
)
Other
Assets
Less
Liabilities
-
4.3%
1,343,720
Net
Assets
Applicable
to
Common
Shares
-
100%
$
31,378,241
Nuveen
Missouri
Quality
Municipal
Income
Fund
(continued)
Portfolio
of
Investments
February
28,
2022
(Unaudited)
6
NOM
Level
1
Level
2
Level
3
Total
Long-Term
Investments:
Municipal
Bonds
$
$
48,427,822
$
$
48,427,822
Total
$
$
48,427,822
$
$
48,427,822
(1)
All
percentages
shown
in
the
Portfolio
of
Investments
are
based
on
net
assets
applicable
to
common
shares
unless
otherwise
noted.
(2)
Optional
Call
Provisions:
Dates
(month
and
year)
and
prices
of
the
earliest
optional
call
or
redemption.
There
may
be
other
call
provisions
at
varying
prices
at
later
dates.
Certain
mortgage-backed
securities
may
be
subject
to
periodic
principal
paydowns.
(3)
For
financial
reporting
purposes,
the
ratings
disclosed
are
the
highest
of
the
Standard
&
Poor's
Group
("Standard
&
Poor's"),
Moody's
Investors
Service,
Inc.
("Moody's")
or
Fitch,
Inc.
("Fitch")
rating.
This
treatment
of
split-rated
securities
may
differ
from
that
used
for
other
purposes,
such
as
for
Fund
investment
policies.
Ratings
below
BBB
by
Standard
&
Poor's,
Baa
by
Moody's
or
BBB
by
Fitch
are
considered
to
be
below
investment
grade.
Holdings
designated
N/R
are
not
rated
by
any
of
these
national
rating
agencies.
(4)
Investment,
or
portion
of
investment,
has
been
pledged
to
collateralize
the
net
payment
obligations
for
investments
in
inverse
floating
rate
transactions.
(5)
Defaulted
security.
A
security
whose
issuer
has
failed
to
fully
pay
principal
and/or
interest
when
due,
or
is
under
the
protection
of
bankruptcy.
(6)
Backed
by
an
escrow
or
trust
containing
sufficient
U.S.
Government
or
U.S.
Government
agency
securities,
which
ensure
the
timely
payment
of
principal
and
interest.
(7)
MuniFund
Preferred
Shares,
net
of
deferred
offering
costs
as
a
percentage
of
Total
Investments
is
36.7%.
144A
Investment
is
exempt
from
registration
under
Rule
144A
of
the
Securities
Act
of
1933,
as
amended.
These
investments
may
only
be
resold
in
transactions
exempt
from
registration,
which
are
normally
those
transactions
with
qualified
institutional
buyers.
AMT
Alternative
Minimum
Tax
UB
Underlying
bond
of
an
inverse
floating
rate
trust
reflected
as
a
financing
transaction.