Illinois University Ratings Cut by Moody's Amid Budget Turmoil

  • 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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