BRADENTON, Fla. — Florida’s largest county, Miami-Dade, got a boost when Moody’s Investors Service on Valentine’s Day revised its outlook on the county’s credit to stable from negative.

The move affects $1.4 billion of general obligation bonds and $1.6 billion of non-ad valorem obligations rated by Moody’s, which also affirmed its Aa2 GO bond rating and Aa3 non-ad valorem ratings.

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