SAN FRANCISCO — Fitch Ratings late Monday downgraded its short-term rating on California’s $5 billion in revenue anticipation notes to F2 from F1.

The ratings agency cited a “severe erosion of state revenues and cash resources since note issuance, prompting payment deferrals while the state develops solutions to its deficits.”

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