LOS ANGELES — Moody’s Investors Service Tuesday downgraded Los Angeles’ general obligation bonds one notch to Aa3 from Aa2, affecting $3.3 billion of outstanding debt.

“The downgrade primarily reflects the city’s increasingly limited general fund financial flexibility and likely continued cost pressures,” Moody’s analyst Eric Hoffmann said in the report.

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