SAN FRANCISCO - Oakland plans to balance its budget by the end of the month and to bring $70 million of general obligation bonds and as much as $185 million of tax and revenue anticipation notes to market next month.

California's eighth-largest city last week received negative outlooks on its AA-minus GO rating from Standard & Poor's and its A-plus rating from Fitch Ratings. Moody's Investors Service kept a stable outlook on its A1 rating.

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