She’s in the middle of the negotiations…..and talked live with Dave Lee.
Minnesota’s last remaining perfect AAA credit rating disappeared on Friday when Standard & Poor’s downgraded the state’s debt, citing lawmakers’ weakness for fixing budget shortfalls with accounting shifts and rainy day funds.
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services on Wednesday raised its credit outlook on health insurer UnitedHealth Group Inc. to “positive” from “stable,” saying the company’s financial position has improved compared with its competitors’.
It’s been two days since the S&P announced its decision to strip the United States of its sterling credit rating. Now, many wonder what that means for consumers.
Minnesota is seeing its credit rating slip over budget problems that have led to the state’s week-old government shutdown.