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Standard & Poor

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  • Thousands of former refugees, with their own harrowing stories, have returned to Cambodia, and now investors hoping to profit in the next frontier market - a term Standard & Poor's coined for economies smaller or less developed than traditional emerging markets - are coming to the country, too.

    KI Media

  • So now we are calling Standard & Poor's ratings ridiculous.

    We Need a Far, Far Better Thing Than More Downgrades

  • Let us assume in the economist's fateful phrase Standard & Poor's gives the U.S. the two full years to come up with a convincing strategy to cut its deficit and ensure the long-term sustainability of its debt, and that the U.S. still fails.

    How a U.S. Downgrade Would Play

  • Kennedy angrily called Standard & Poor's to say he was developing a plan and to be patient.

    Katrina: A Credit Concern

  • Cyprus' finance minister called Standard & Poor's two-notch downgrade of his eurozone country to junk status "arbitrary and unfounded."

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Cyprus' finance minister called Standard & Poor's two-notch downgrade of his eurozone country to junk status "arbitrary and unfounded."

    News

  • Ratings agencies such as Standard & Poor's already have begun warning of problems, particularly as bonds used to fund corporate takeovers during the boom years start to mature.

    Recovery could be rocky as demand for financing grows into 'wall of debt'

  • Ratings agencies such as Standard & Poor's already have begun warning of problems, particularly as bonds used to fund corporate takeovers during the boom years start to mature.

    Recovery could be rocky as demand for financing grows into 'wall of debt'

  • Second, building up a track record for green mortgages so they can also be rated to make the rating agencies such as Standard & Poor's comfortable with them.

    Graham Hill: Shouldn't We Be Talkin' Sustainable, Green Mortgages?

  • The designers of derivative securities effectively collaborated with the rating agencies, such as Standard & Poor's and Moody's, that were relied upon (often through government mandate) by pension funds and other gigantic repositories of wealth with identifying the securities safe enough to invest in.

    A Government Failure, Not a Market Failure

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