A likely increase in the level of short-term borrowing by New York City has caused some level of concern among executives at Standard & Poor's Corp., where the city's credit rating remains tagged with a negative outlook.

Budget analysts at Standard & Poor's, which rates city debt at an Aminus, say they are examining the causes of a projected $2.1 billion borrowing of short-term securities the city has scheduled for August.

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