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Research and analysis on 90% of public debt issued by state and local governments, hospitals, higher education institutions and other tax-exempt entities. 


  • 22 Dec 2020
    • New federal supports help municipal issuers bridge gap to broader economic recovery
      The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act enacted by Congress contains several provisions that are credit positive for US municipal issuers. These include direct payments to individuals and an extension of core and enhanced unemployment benefits that will support consumers and sales taxes; small business loans that will help avert some business closures; and grant funds for K-12 school districts, higher education and mass transit enterprises.   Full Report
  • 1 Dec 2020
    • US local government 2021 outlook is negative as weak economic conditions persist
      A weakened economy in 2021 will curb local governments’ total revenue growth, particularly at the beginning of the year. Fixed-cost burdens will rise, while growing demand for public services will strain municipal budgets and deferred capital spending will likely delay climate change mitigation projects.  Full Report​​​​
    • US states’ 2021 outlook negative as coronavirus continues to hamper revenue
      With a challenging revenue environment, some states will tap reserves and continue to borrow to close budget gaps. Proposed federal assistance that boosts consumer spending and provides more direct aid would improve state finances, but legislation remains mired in Congress. Full Report
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