WASHINGTON - The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board later this week is expected to explore the possibility of consolidating the final two phases of its transparency system for short-term debt as well as providing more information about issuers' underlying credit ratings to investors.

Also at its three-day meeting in New York City, the board will discuss an extensive long-term planning project that includes a survey of about 75 former members and other market participants to solicit their views on the issues and priorities facing the board going forward.

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