Standard & Poor's Corp. yesterday affirmed its A-plus rating on California general obligation bonds, and assigned an SP-1 rating to the state's $2 billion revenue anticipation note sale expected this week.

Standard & Poor's' rating actions follow those of Moody's Investors Service and Fitch Investors Service, which last Thursday affirmed their double-A ratings on the state's $17.6 billion of GO bonds outstanding.

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