MOODY’S DOWNGRADES STATE’S DEBT RATING

New Jersey’s debt rating took a hit this week. Moody’s downgraded the state from stable to negative, based on the slow economic recovery of the state. Moody’s notes that the state’s costs are rising at a level that is outpacing revenue increases. As of the end of November, the state is running about 1.2 percent behind revenue projections for the fiscal year.

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