BRADENTON, Fla. — The rated debt of Alabama’s Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Authority has been upgraded to investment grade after Standard & Poor’s determined that revenues supporting the bonds are not affected by Jefferson County’s bankruptcy.

Standard &Poor’s raised the underlying rating on the authority’s 2002C bonds to AA from B, and the 2005A bonds to A-plus from B.

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