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U.S. credit rating outlook lowered to 'negative' by Standard & Poor's

The credit rating agency Standard & Poor's lowered the outlook on the United States' credit to "negative," pointing to the country's rising debt and deficit. The report released Monday morning says that the United States has a large debt and...
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S&P Downgrades US To AA+, Outlook Negative - Full Text

Business & Finance : Zero Hedge (3 years ago)

United States of America Long-Term Rating Lowered To 'AA+' On Political Risks And Rising Debt Burden; Outlook Negative We have lowered our long-term sovereign credit rating on the United States of America to 'AA+' from 'AAA' and aff... Read Post

U.S. credit rating: S&P issues a warning, but not a downgrade.

Business & Finance : Slate - Moneybox (4 years ago)

Standard & Poor's has attached a "negative" outlook to the United States' sterling credit rating. The ratings agency did not actually downgrade America's debt, currently rated at AAA/A-1+. Rather, it said there is a one-in-three or ... Read Post

Mark Gongloff: The Cluelessness Of The Standard & Poor's U.S. Credit Rating Downgrade, In One Chart

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog (last year)

On Monday the credit-rating agency Standard & Poor's upgraded its outlook for the credit rating of the United States to "stable." Which is terrible news for the credit rating of the United States. Read Post


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