Fitch: Education Faces Some Hurdles, But Sector Is Still Strong

Peacock, Wayne
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/31/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31315, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on the assessment of the higher education sector in the U.S. as a strong sector by ratings agency Fitch Ratings Inc. in a report released on January 31, 2002. Issues that need to be considered by investors in the education sector; Factors that have contributed to the sector's positive outlook; Analysis of the sector's long-term outlook by investment management companies.


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