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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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  • 6 Dec 2016
    • US higher education outlook benefits from sustained revenue growth
      The outlook for the US higher education sector is stable, with revenue continuing to grow for not-for-profit public and private colleges and universities. The expansion will be above 3%, which will meet or exceed our projections of expense increase. Operating cash flow margins will be steady in the 10%-12% range for most public universities and 12%-14% range for private universities...Full Report l Press Release
  • 5 Dec 2016
    • US NFP & public healthcare outlook sustained by modest operating cash flow growth
      The outlook for the US not-for-profit and public healthcare sector will remain stable, reflecting a modest pace of operating cash flow growth in the next 12-18 months compared to the previous two years. Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act also support business conditions. Top-line revenue growth also continues to be strong, but constrained increases in reimbursement rates and rising costs will counteract that growth...Full Report
  • 2 Dec 2016
    • Student loan exposure remains low credit risk for rated colleges and universities
      Student loan burdens have not deterred student demand for rated colleges and universities - the majority of which continue to have stable enrollment. At Moody's-rated private universities, the average level of debt per student is declining as the affordability burden has shifted primarily to the universities themselves. Student loan levels will moderate for Moody's-rated public universities as state funding increases... Full Report l Press Release​​​
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07 Dec 2016 Rating Action Moody's Assigns Aa1 to Cape Elizabeth, ME's GO Bonds Cape Elizabeth (Town of) ME
07 Dec 2016 Issuer Comment Royal Oak (City of) MI: City of Royal Oak, MI's delayed interest payment has no impact on rating Royal Oak (City of) MI
07 Dec 2016 Rating Update Tuscaloosa County Industrial Dev Auth, AL: Update - Moody's Affirms LOC-backed Aa2/VMIG 1 on Hunt Refining Company Series 2011G, 2011H, 2011I, 2011J & 2011K Tuscaloosa Coun...
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07 Dec 2016 Rating Action Moody's Affirms LOC-backed Aa2/VMIG 1 on Hunt Refining Company Series 2011G, 2011H, 2011I, 2011J & 2011K Tuscaloosa Coun...
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07 Dec 2016 Announcement Moody's reviews amendment for J.P. Morgan Securities LLC Trust, Series 3962 J.P. Morgan Sec...
J.P. Morgan Sec...
07 Dec 2016 New Issue Wentzville Fire Protection District, MO: New Issue: Moody's Assigns Aa2 to Wentzville FPD's, MO GOULT Bonds, Series 2017 Wentzville Fire Protection District, MO
07 Dec 2016 Rating Action Moody's Assigns Aa2 to Wentzville FPD's, MO GOULT Bonds, Series 2017 Wentzville Fire Protection District, MO
07 Dec 2016 New Issue Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority : New Issue - Moody's assigns Aa3 to Wisconsin HEDA Hsg. Rev. Bonds, 2016 Ser. A Wisconsin HEDA ...
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07 Dec 2016 Rating Action Moody's assigns Aa3 to Wisconsin HEDA Hsg. Rev. Bonds, 2016 Ser. A Wisconsin HEDA ...
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07 Dec 2016 New Issue Tender Option Bond Trust (Barclays Liquidity): New Issue - Moody’s Assigns Aa2/VMIG 1 to Floater Certificates, Series 2016-XF2393 Tender Option Bond Trust (Barclays Liquidity), Floater Certificates, Series 2016-XF2393
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