BRADENTON, Fla. — When Moody’s Investors Service ­released its first round of rating recalibrations for states Monday, Florida failed in its “gilt-edged” quest to win triple-A scores from all three major rating agencies.

Under the recalibration, Moody’s maintained its Aa1 general obligation equivalency rating on the state but did change the credit outlook to stable from negative.

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