Moody’s Investor Service said Monday that Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision to appoint an emergency financial manager for Detroit could have negative and positive implications for the city’s debtors. The bond credit-rating agency said Snyder’s historic decision announced last week could help stabilize the city’s budgets, easing the chronic “political and operational challenges that have stymied […]
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