LOS ANGELES - Officials with the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. breathed a sigh of relief this week after three rating agencies said a decision by corporation directors to transfer $200 minion to the state's general fund in fiscal 1995 would not trigger any immediate rating actions.

However, Standard & Poor's Corp., in affirming its A-plus rating on the corporation's housing bonds, assigned a negative outlook to its long-term general obligation rating.

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