DENVER -- Citing Denver's "managerial deficiency," Moody's Investors Service yesterday downgraded $3 billion worth of Denver International Airport system revenue debt to conditional Baa from conditional Baa1.

The decision came two days after the city announced that it was delaying indefinitely the opening of the airport. It was the airport's fourth delay.

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