Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Creighton University’s $144 million of debt one notch to A3 due to an overall weakening in operating performance.

The university sells its debt through the Nebraska Educational Finance Authority. Creighton’s weakened position stems from pressure on its health care-related operations, investment losses, and exposure to $120 million of variable-rate debt with tender features.

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