WASHINGTON - Disruption in the short-term market, failed remarketings of variable-rate bonds, and the credit deterioration of counterparties, combined with the U.S. housing market's woes, pose challenges in the coming months for state housing finance agencies, Moody's Investors Service said in a report released Friday.

The rating agency said it plans to begin reviewing state HFAs and will take rating actions "where necessary."

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