DALLAS -- Detroit's plan to create a fund to address a pension hole left behind after its historic bankruptcy got a thumbs up from Moody's Investors Service.

Moody's said on Monday that the plan is a credit positive for the city because it bolsters Detroit's ability to meet an increase in pension payments of nearly $100 million more than initial post-bankruptcy estimates beginning in fiscal 2024.

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