Posts Tagged ‘Fitch ratings’

Fitch Ratings taking no action due to Kemper plant delay

KEMPER COUNTY — Fitch Ratings is not taking any rating actions following the latest cost revisions and schedule extension for the Kemper integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) project. On April 28, Mississippi Power announced another revision on the scheduled in-service date for Kemper IGCC and a further increase in the construction costs. Further cost increases […] [...]

JMAA’s airport revenue bonds downgraded due to loss of Southwest

JACKSON — Fitch Ratings has downgraded the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority’s airport revenue bonds of approximately $39.4 million to “BBB+” from “A-.” The rating outlook remains “stable. “ The downgrade reflects concerns related to the pending loss of the airport’s second largest carrier, Southwest Airlines Co. (Southwest, Fitch rated IDR “BBB” with a stable outlook), […] [...]

Fitch’s ‘negative’ outlook for state credit in place for a while

by Published: March 28,2014

Tags: Business, credit, Fitch ratings, Lynn Fitch, Mississippi

Mississippi can expect Fitch Ratings Service to maintain its “negative” outlook on the state’s credit for at least another two years, says Karen Krop, a Fitch senior director who evaluated the state’s borrowing and repayment circumstances in designating the credit outlook on Oct. 31. It’s a big picture look at a state’s overall credit quality […] [...]

Fitch takes no action after Kemper plant cost, schedule changes

KEMPER COUNTY — Fitch Ratings is not taking any rating actions following the latest cost revisions and schedule extension for the Kemper integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) project. Last week, Mississippi Power Company (Mississippi Power) announced a revision in the scheduled in-service date for Kemper IGCC. The operational date is delayed to the fourth quarter […] [...]

Rating agencies keeping a close eye on state’s pensions

Mississippi state government ended fiscal 2012 with the same solid credit ratings with which it started the year. Whether the Magnolia State maintains its strong credit in the years to come could hinge on the effectiveness of measures to fund the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Mississippi, or PERS. The pension funding picture is expected […] [...]

August 20, 2012- Chuck McIntosh

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Mississippi Power appeals rate hike denial

A few hours after a second overrun for its Kemper County coal plant was revealed, Mississippi Power Co. said last week it was appealing the Public Service Commission’s denial of a rate increase the company had requested to help pay for the facility. The company appealed the PSC’s order to the Mississippi Supreme Court. On […] [...]

City of Pearl: Fitch Ratings Downgrade Not Warranted

by Published: March 19,2010

Tags: Brad Rogers, City of Pearl, Fitch ratings

Pearl Mayor Brad Rogers said he expects Fitch Ratings to soon issue a correction to the news today that the company is downgrading the city’s credit rating. Rogers said, “The city of Pearl is in the strongest financial position it’s been in in a long time. There are no problems.” Fitch Ratings withdrew its ‘BBB-‘ […] [...]

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