DALLAS — The YMCA of Greater Houston is no longer under threat of a downgrade by Moody's Investors Service as the nonprofit prepares to restructure its $196 million of outstanding debt.

Moody's removed the Baa3 rating from review for possible downgrade and provided a stable outlook as the YMCA plans to issue more than $100 million of refunding debt, including $51.25 million Series 2013A fixed rate bonds and $50.5 million Series 2013B variable rate demand bonds.

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