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TEXT-S&P corrects names on 2 Farm Credit System, FNMA Issues
March 1, 2012 / 10:52 PM / 6 years ago

TEXT-S&P corrects names on 2 Farm Credit System, FNMA Issues

 (The following statement was released by the rating agency)	
 March 1 - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services today corrected the
issuer names on $125 million 1.27% bonds due Jan. 18, 2017, and $1 billion 0.6%
bonds due March 6, 2014, issued by Farm Credit System Banks and Fannie Mae
, respectively. The bonds are rated 'AA+', and the outlook is
We had incorrectly attributed these two issues to the Federal Home Loan Banks 	
(FHLB). The error was the result of the receipt of erroneous information about 	
the obligor from the underwriter.	
Ratings Corrected	
Farm Credit System Banks 	
 $125 mil. 1.27% bonds due 2017       AA+/Negative	
Fannie Mae	
 $1 bil. 0.6% bonds due 2014          AA+/Negative	
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 (New York Ratings Team)	

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