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Robert Slavin

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Puerto Rico's Latest Bond Plan Stirs Default Debate
October 22, 2014 Puerto Rico's planned bond sale from the Puerto Rico Infrastructure Finance Authority may lead to or prevent a default,...

Puerto Rico Unemployment Rate Up in September
October 21, 2014 Puerto Rico's unemployment rate jumped to 14.1% in September, a second month of increases as the commonwealth battles to...

Puerto Rico Weighs Bill for $2 Bln-plus Bond
October 20, 2014 Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro García Padilla is expected to file a bill authorizing a greater than $2 billion bond this week, a...

Unrated $1.6 Billion Deal for 3 WTC Coming Soon
October 17, 2014 Experts say that the $1.63 billion in New York Liberty Development Corp. tax-exempt bonds for 3 World Trade Center expected in...

Moody's Brings St. Joseph's Healthcare (N.J.) to Investment Grade
October 17, 2014 Moody's Investors Service upgraded St. Joseph's Healthcare System (N.J.) to Baa3 from Ba1 on Oct. 17.

Moody's Downgrades Atlantic City Parking Bonds to Junk
October 16, 2014 Moody's Investors Service downgraded Atlantic City parking fee and Atlantic City fund revenue bonds, series 2005A and 2005B,...

Puerto Rico Governor Makes Major Finance Team Changes
October 15, 2014 Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro García Padilla announced major changes to three finance departments, including moving Melba Acosta...

New Jersey Financial Control over Newark a Credit Positive for City: Moody's
October 14, 2014 New Jersey government's decision to place Newark city government under its financial control is a credit positive for the...

Puerto Rico Sells $350 Million in Notes
October 10, 2014 The Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico sold $350 million in tax and revenue anticipation notes late on Thursday.

UBS to Compensate 34 Puerto Rico Investors for Losses
October 10, 2014 UBS has agreed to compensate 34 Puerto Rico-based investors for their losses in investments in their municipal bond closed...


Americans are suffering the consequences of Congress, governors and legislators across the U.S. pushing the burden of today's costs onto the backs of tomorrow's taxpayers by repeatedly putting off infrastructure repairs and new construction.

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