DALLAS — Finance officials in Houston continue to adeptly navigate the bond market and the city’s credit ratings are receiving upgrades as a result.

Last week, the city converted about $653 million in several series of auction-rate bonds sold in 2004 to weekly interest rate mode, which prompted upgrades of the debt.

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