New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pointed to a positive report from Moody’s Investors Service as a “strong affirmation” of improvement in the state’s finances.

The rating company on Thursday  retained its Aa2 rating on the state’s general obligation debt and changed its outlook on New York to positive from stable. The outlook affects $62 billion in net tax-supported debt.

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