Fitch Ratings Assigns New York City A Negative Outlook as Deficit Looms

McDonald, Michael
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/24/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31539, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that U.S.-based ratings agency Fitch Ratings Inc. has assigned a negative outlook to New York City, New York as of December 2002. Reasons for the assignment of a negative outlook; Impact of the rating on interest rates for borrowing funds in the city; Financial conditions of the city.


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