Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Washington's credit rating: "Stable"

Washington State is faring better than Washington D.C. when it comes to governmental credit rating. While national credit rating firms have put the U.S. on their "watch" list for possible downgrade, Washington State has been given a "stable" rating for its response to balancing the state's budget. That said, clouds remain on the horizon that could impact our future credit rating. Here are the July 2011 reports for the state from Moody's and Standard and Poor's . . . READ MORE


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