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City of Milan 'A+' Rating Affirmed On The Back Of Strong Liquidity; Outlook Still Negative
- Published: October 2010
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The Italian City of Milan's budgetary performance is affected by dwindling operating revenues and ambitious investments over 2010-2012, which we expect to lead to operating deficits. However, we anticipate that Milan's liquidity will remain strong. We are affirming our long-term rating on the city of Milan at 'A+'. The negative outlook reflects the deterioration of Milan's budgetary performance and debt increase in recent years. This trend is expected to continue. MILAN (Standard & Poor's) Oct. 4, 2010-- Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it had affirmed its 'A+' long-term issuer credit rating on the Italian City of Milan. The outlook is negative. "Milan's rating reflects the city's currently very strong cash holdings coupled with our expectation that liquidity...
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