Standard & Poor's Raises D.C.'s GO Debt a Notch to BBB-Plus

Vadum, Matthew
February 2001
Bond Buyer;02/23/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31083, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the upgrading of the general obligation bond rating of the District of Columbia to BBB-plus by the Standard & Poor's. Status of the district during the upgrade; Improvement of the financial operations of the district; Relevance of the budgetary surplus.


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