New York State Dormitory Authority/New York City Rating Raised to A-;Outlook Stable Dec 99
- ID: 1953034
- December 1999
- Region: New York
- Standard & Poors
NEW YORK (Standard & Poor's CreditWire) Dec 6, 1999Standard & Poor's today assigned its single-'A'-minus rating to New York State Dormitory Authority's $290 million court facilities lease revenue bonds series 1999 due May 15, 2039, issued for New York City. Standard & Poor's also raised its rating on the authority's $408.81 million court facilities lease revenue bonds series 1993, issued for the city, to single-'A'-minus from triple-'B'-plus. The outlook is stable. A Standard & Poor's rating in the single-'A' category reflects an issuer's strong ability to repay debt on time and in full. The rating reflects: -- Strong project essentiality at both the city and state levels highlighted by the state's operation of the court system and the city's statutory...
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- New York State Dorm Auth
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