Municipal issuers that are more likely to have trouble renewing bank guarantees supporting floating-rate debt face greater scrutiny from Moody’s Investors ­Service, the rating agency said in a report Wednesday.

Moody’s said it plans to monitor ­governments with pending expirations on bank liquidity facilities, particularly issuers with weaker credit ratings, homogenous exposure to one bank, or a heavy concentration of facility expirations in a short span of time.

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