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- n. Plural form of downgrading.
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It is interesting to look at the downgradings and the timings of the downgradings, one EU source said.
I'd rather have a paid account somewhere than be subjected to random downgradings like this one.
And, according to sources both inside and outside the firm, none of whom wanted to be named, Ms. Martin's downgradings had elicited a very strong reaction from within CSFB, from some of its most senior investment bankers-mediainvestment-banking guru Jill Greenthal, to name one.
Sources said that bankers tried to talk her out of the downgradings, and some even raised questions about the intellectual underpinnings, as well as the timing, of her call.
"It is interesting to look at the downgradings and the timings of the downgradings," one EU source said.
I suspect, that the whole package, besides being a stpe forward to the new role of the Fund envisioned by Strauss Kahn, seems to be aimed at making easier for counties to apply for help, without being downgraded at the very moment or facing a rush from their currency, and let the others have a more flexible policy among rapily changing (i.e. worsening) circumstances without exposing them to consecutive downgradings using the IMF's assessment of their situation as a pretext.