NEW YORK — Fitch Ratings cut its outlook on J.C. Penney Co.’s debt to “negative” from “stable.”

However, the rating agency on Tuesday also affirmed its “BB-plus” label on the firm’s $1.5 billion secured bank facility, the “BB” mark on its senior unsecured notes and the “B-plus” grade on Penney’s convertible subordinated notes.

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