>Moody's slashes ratings on bonds for Phoenix hotel project

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A credit-rating agency has downgraded $350 million worth of bonds issued by the city-affiliated Downtown Phoenix Hotel Corp., reflecting a challenging debut for its Sheraton hotel near the convention center.
The downgrades by Moody’s Investors Service of New York won’t affect the entity’s payments on the bonds, which carry a fixed interest rate.
They also won’t add any pressure on general city finances, said Jeff DeWitt, Phoenix’s finance director, who said bondholders still will be paid in full.

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