Moody’s Investors Service called the second-quarter a “critical test” for liquidity facilities supporting the variable-rate demand market. So kudos all around, for the market passed with “near-universal success.”

“Almost all public finance issuers successfully resolved their expiring bank facilities in the first half of 2011, with many issuers having multiple options available to them,” Moody’s said in a report to be published Monday.

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