S&P revised its outlook on Charter [CHTR] to "positive" from "developing," based on the MSO’s improved maturing profile following its April ’04 refinancing. Operating improvement and a slowing rate of basic sub losses also factored into the revision. "Nevertheless, the ratings are still dominated by very high financial risk from elevated leverage, negative discretionary cash flow, and pressure from rising debt maturities, including $588mln in convertible debt due in ’05," S&P said.

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