S&P revises West Haven, Conn. GO outlook to stable from negative
Oct 2 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Wednesday revised its outlook on West Haven, Connecticut's general obligation bonds to stable from negative.
The outlook revision reflects the city's approved cuts to prevent further deterioration of negative reserves, S&P said.
S&P also affirmed the triple-B rating on the city's general obligation bonds.
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