Moody’s Investors Service has extended the review period for a possible downgrade of $871 million of outstanding bonds sold by the Idaho Housing and Finance Association while the issuer works on a plan to shore up its balance sheet.

The Moody’s report said IFHA is assessing the cost and benefit of calling some of its variable-rate debt and the merits of making a capital contribution from its general fund to trust indentures.

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