Standard & Poor's Sees Next Months As Critical to Louisiana Recovery

DeSue, Tedra
June 2006
Bond Buyer;6/30/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32414, p3
Trade Publication
The article provides updates on the economic conditions of New Orleans after the Hurricane Katrina. It discusses the views of the economic analysts from Standard & Poor's on the city's financial performance. The article also mentions about the city's debt structure and bond market. Standard & Poor's assigns an A rating to Louisiana and BBB-plus to New Orleans' unlimited-tax bonds.


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