Standard & Poor's Corp. and Moody's Investors Service made no change in their ratings of New York State debt on Friday following the release of the state's midyear budget report.

Standard & Poor's affirmed its Aminus rating and a positive outlook on New York State's $5.53 billion of general obligation debt, citing the state's ability to control spending in reaction to a reduced revenue forecast.

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