Fitch Ratings downgraded New Jersey's general obligation rating to A-plus from AA-minus on Thursday, citing an $807 million revenue shortfall announced Monday.
The downgrade also affects the state's debt linked to the GO debt. Total debt affected is $34.4 billion, Fitch said in a statement. Fitch retains a negative outlook on the rating.
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