CHICAGO — Moody’s Investors Service put Detroit’s already junk-rated unlimited tax general obligation bonds and $4.6 billion of A1-rated water and sewer debt on review for possible downgrade.

The rating action Wednesday came a week before the city plans to come to market with nearly $500 million of water refunding bonds. Detroit will use roughly $210 million of the proceeds to shed costly interest-rate swaps.

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