S&P Issues Quarterly Disclosure Report Cards

Hume, Lynn
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/6/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31527, p4
Trade Publication
Focuses on a program implemented by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services of disclosing financial information quarterly in the municipal market on the health care borrowers in the U.S. Features of the program; Benefits of the program; Efforts of Standard & Poor's in providing the quarterly information.


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