Air travel may be down, but bonds sold to build a cargo facility at a New York City airport managed to pull up in time, according to Standard & Poor's.

The rating agency last week removed from negative watch bonds sold by the New York City Industrial Development Agency in 2001 now that one of its tenants has resumed paying rent.

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