Despite achieving a boost to its credit stature from one rating agency last week, Philadelphia was denied an upgrade late yesterday as Moody's Investors Service confirmed the city's general obligation rating at B.

The credit rating agency confirmed Philadephia's GO bonds while it assigned a Baa rating to the first offering of the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, which acts as an oversight board for the financially troubled city.

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