DALLAS — Alabama issuers should not see their ratings lowered by the Jefferson County bankruptcy action, but investor perception could take its toll on future issues.
Chris Coviello, vice president at Moody's Investors Service, said it is unlikely that the Jefferson County bankruptcy will imperil the rating of other municipal issuers in Alabama or the region.
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