S&P Would Cut U.S. to D on Default, Moody’s May Lower to AaJohn Detrixhe and Wes Goodman
Standard & Poor’s would cut the U.S. credit rating to its lowest level and Moody’s Investors Service said it will probably reduce its ranking if the government fails to increase the debt limit, leading to a default.
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