Illinois University Ratings Cut by Moody's Amid Budget TurmoilBy
Six public universities are lowered, outlooks negative
Credit rater cites exposure to state that still has no budget
Six Illinois public universities had their credit ratings on about $673 million of debt cut by Moody’s Investors Service because of a political standoff that’s left the state without a budget for four months.
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