SAN FRANCISCO — Oakland Unified School District lost its only remaining rating last week after Moody’s Investors Service pulled its coverage of the district with more than $700 million of general obligation debt outstanding.

Moody’s said it yanked its rating on the district’s GO bonds because it hasn’t released an audited financial report for the last three fiscal years. Standard & Poor’s pulled its rating on the district’s GO debt last year for similar reasons.

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