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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. 


  • 1 Jul 2020
    • Coronavirus pandemic will accelerate and reshape credit trends in US public finance
      Some developments, such as the benefits of lower borrowing costs or challenges from fiscal austerity, will be immediate. Others, such as telemedicine’s potential transformative effect on the healthcare sector or governments’ need to confront new social mandates, will play out over several years.   Full Report
  • 24 Jun 2020
    • ​Shifts in student migration would benefit some universities and harm others
      The coronavirus pandemic is likely to drive shifts in student behavior, with more students choosing to enroll closer to home for health and safety reasons as well as in a search for affordable alternatives. Universities and colleges in states with a higher reliance on nonresident students will face reduced enrollment in the fall if students decide to remain near home. Full Report​​​
  • 23 Jun 2020
    • States will cut K-12 education funding, pushing budget pain to school districts with varying ability to cope
      Many states suffering revenue declines because of the coronavirus outbreak will cut K-12 funding, leaving school districts having to raise revenue, reduce expenses or draw down reserves. Raising revenue or reducing expenses generally lowers credit risk the most, while spending reserves, particularly large single-year drawdowns, tends to carry the greatest risk. Full Report
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