Moody's threatens to strip US of AAA rating

Salih, Chris
September 2012
Fundweb;9/12/2012, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports that Moody's Corp. threatened the U.S. to lose AAA rating if its debt level not maintained. It states that the threat comes only two months before the conclusion of an election campaign led by concerns over the state of the economy. It mentions that if the U.S. fail to maintain its debts the company will downgrade its rating to Aa1.


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