Atlantic City Cut Deeper Into Junk by S&P Expecting DefaultBy
Credit rater says default or restructuring virtually certain
Bondholders offered little protection in bailout, S&P says
Atlantic City’s credit rating was cut deeper into speculative grade by S&P Global Ratings, which said a default or a debt restructuring in the distressed New Jersey gaming hub was a virtual certainty.
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