- Published: August 2009
- Region: United States
New York City Health and Hospital Corp.'s Series 2008D And E Short-Term Bond Rating Lowered To 'A-1' From 'A-1+' Dec 11
- Published: December 2011
- Region: New York
- Standard & Poors
BOSTON (Standard & Poor's) Dec. 15, 2011--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services lowered its short-term rating on New York City Health and Hospital Corp.'s (HCC) series 2008 D and E health system bonds to 'A-1' from 'A-1+'. "We base the downgrade on our recent downgrade on JPMorgan Chase Bank NA," said Standard & Poor's credit analyst Karl Jacob. JPMC provides support to the series 2008D and 2008E bonds in the form of a letter of credit. Both series of bonds are rated based on joint support following the low correlation table. Therefore, the long-term portion of the dual rating continues to be 'AAA' and this rating reflects the likelihood that bond holders will be paid for all events other than tenders....
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Action: Outlook: Stable
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