Maine Bond Bank Bumped

McKaig, Ryan
April 2001
Bond Buyer;
Reports on the decision of Standard & Poor's to upgrade the Maine Municipal Bond Bank's credit. Effect of the upgrade on Maine Municipal Bond Bank's outstanding parity debt and new debt; Change in the criteria used by Standard & Poor's by which it evaluates the bond bank.


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