CHICAGO -- Moody's Investors Service downgraded more health-care revenue bond ratings in the second quarter than it upgraded. reversing the trend of the previous two quarters.

The rating agency said in a report issued on Tuesday that it assigned eight downgrades, affecting $287.9 million of debt, and six upgrades, affecting $294.5 million of debt. Five of the downgrades were on New Jersey hospitals.

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