Standard & Poor’s downgraded the underlying rating of the Chicago Housing Authority’s 2006 capital revenue refunding bonds one notch to AA-minus because of lower debt service coverage ratios from federal funds.

The agency assigned a negative outlook. The rating is supported by a strong security of pledged federal public housing modernization funds the CHA receives annually from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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