Nassau County, N.Y., received its first rating downgrade in a decade last week as it prepared to market and remarket at least $463 million of general obligation debt.

Moody's Investors Service on Thursday downgraded the Long Island suburban county's GO debt to A1 from Aa3. Moody's retained a negative outlook on the credit, citing weak liquidity and increased dependence on non-recurring revenue.

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