Moody’s Investors Service upgraded West Virginia’s general obligation debt one notch to Aa1 Friday, citing conservative fiscal management and favorable financial performance.

The upgrade affects $602 million of GO bonds outstanding. Moody’s concurrently upgraded the state’s $783 million of outstanding lease revenue bonds to Aa2 from Aa3. The outlook on both credits is stable.

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