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Bloomberg: Investors Just Want an Illinois Governor Who Will Avoid a Junk Rating

  • 26.10.2018
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Illinois investors are endorsing fiscal stability this election.

No matter who wins the gubernatorial race next month, bondholders want the next chief executive to avoid a repeat of the longest budget impasse in U.S. history, one that put Illinois on the brink of becoming the first junk-rated state. That gridlock — the result of a two-year standoff between Republican Governor Bruce Rauner and the Democrat-run legislature — drove unpaid bills to a record $16.7 billion, forced cuts in social services, and sent borrowing costs to multi-year highs.

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One response to “Bloomberg: Investors Just Want an Illinois Governor Who Will Avoid a Junk Rating”

  1. Neil DeVore says:

    Madigan is the problem. He was the problem with Blagojevich and Rauner. I hope Pritzker has more luck, but basically I am about ready to move.

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