Armed with an upgrade, Massachusetts will go to market Wednesday with $475 million of general obligation bonds.

“Obviously, we’re hoping there’s plenty of interest in our sale after the upgrade. We’re double-A-plus across the board now,” Treasurer Steven Grossman said in an interview Tuesday, three days after Standard & Poor’s raised the state’s GO rating to AA-plus from AA, with a stable outlook.

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