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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. 

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  • 5 May 2016
    • Upgrade trend continues in US public finance rating revisions in Q1
      In Q1, there were 108 upgrades across US public finance rating revisions compared to 106 downgrades. The dollar value of upgraded debt slightly outpaced downgraded debt in Q1. Continued low oil prices negatively affected multiple credits, including Alaska (Aa1 negative), Louisiana (Aa3 negative) and Houston, TX (Aa3 negative) that accounted for more than 54% of the total dollar value of downgraded debt. Full Report
  • 26 Apr 2016
    • Puerto Rico Will Default on More Securities in May, Regardless of US Action
      On May 2, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico will default on numerous securities, including Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico senior notes, regardless of whether the US Congress enacts pending fiscal oversight legislation for the US territory. In the absence of federal action, the defaults will encourage bondholder litigation, likely prolonging efforts to restructure Puerto Rico’s approximately $72 billion of debt.Full Report
    • Ability of most populous US states to withstand next recession depends on reserves, flexibility
      In a fiscal stress-testing exercise to evaluate the ability of the most populous US states to weather a potential recession within the next two years, Moody's assessed a range of measures, including revenue volatility, deficit coverage by financial reserves, and revenue. The report focuses on the four most populous states, Texas, New York, Florida and California, and found that Texas was the best prepared among the group.Press Release l Full Report
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05 May 2016 New Issue South Washington County I.S.D. 833, MN: New Issue - Moody's assigns A1 to South Washington County ISD 833, MN's $14.8M COPs Series 2016D South Washington County I.S.D. 833, MN
05 May 2016 Rating Action Moody's Assigns Aa3 to State System of Higher Ed.'s (PA) Ser. AS Bds; Outlook Negative Berks County I....
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05 May 2016 Rating Action Moody's assigns A1 to South Washington County ISD 833, MN's $14.8M COPs Series 2016D South Washington County I.S.D. 833, MN
05 May 2016 New Issue Washington Metro. Area Transit Authority, DC: New Issue - Moody's downgrades WMATA to A2, assigns A2 to $220M Gross Rev. Bonds Series 2016A; outlook revised to stable Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Auth. DC
05 May 2016 New Issue Beaumont (City of), TX: New Issue: Moody's assigns Aa2 to Beaumont, TX GO bonds Beaumont (City of) TX
05 May 2016 Rating Update Cuero Independent School District, TX: Update: Moody's Downgrades Cuero ISD's (TX) GOs to A2; Assigns Negative Outlook Cuero Independent School District, TX
05 May 2016 Rating Action Moody's downgrades WMATA to A2, assigns A2 to $220M Gross Rev. Bonds Series 2016A; outlook revised to stable Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Auth. DC
05 May 2016 Rating Action Moody's assigns Aa2 to Beaumont, TX GO bonds Beaumont (City of) TX
05 May 2016 New Issue Miami Township (Clermont County), OH: New Issue: Moody's Assigns Aa2 to Miami Township (Clermont County), OH's $5.2M GOLT Bonds, Ser. 2016 Miami (Township of) OH (Clermont Co.)
05 May 2016 Rating Action Moody's Downgrades Cuero ISD's (TX) GOs to A2; Assigns Negative Outlook Cuero Independent School District, TX
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