The Supreme Court's ruling upholding Obamacare's subsidies has positive credit implications for carriers, Moody's said Thursday.

That's because it "removes uncertainty regarding individual policies sold in 2015 and serves to stabilize the individual health insurance market for future years," the credit rating agency said.

Insurers that sold a significant number of policies on the federal exchange—including Aetna, Humana, Anthem and United—are most impacted by the decision, Moody's said.

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