Tax-Backed Issues Score More 3Q Upgrades Than Revenue Debt

Fine, Jacob
October 2000
Bond Buyer;10/18/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 30998, p24
Trade Publication
Reports the impact of upgrades on municipal debt issuers in the United States. Details on the upgrades to tax-backed issuers; Rate of health care downgrades; Observations of Standard and Poor and Fitch Brothers on municipal structured finance; Information on the fiscal problems on some sectors.


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