CHICAGO — Standard & Poor's gave an investment-grade rating to a series of bonds Detroit recently sold as part of its exit from bankruptcy.

The investment-grade rating was released Monday, the same day a Michigan authority gave final approval to the distribution of $195 million in state payments to the city's two pension funds under the $800 million so-called "grand bargain" underpinning Detroit's bankruptcy exit plan.

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