DALLAS — Louisiana saw its second bond rating upgrade in two days yesterday as Moody’s Investors Service raised the state’s general obligation rating to A1 from A2. Appropriations-backed debt was raised to A2 from A3.

The increase follows the upgrade by Standard & Poor’s on Tuesday of the state’s GO ratings to A-plus from A and from A-minus to A for appropriations-backed debt.

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