Standard & Poor’s last week revised its outlook to negative from stable on Wayne County’s $218 million of outstanding limited-tax general obligation bonds while affirming its long-term A rating, as the southeast Michigan county faces a number of fiscal and economic pressures.

The outlook revision came the same week that Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano warned his government could be facing a $100 million deficit this year.

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