S&P Keeps U.S. Rating at AA+ After Supercommittee FailureZeke Faux and John Detrixhe
Standard & Poor’s said it would keep the U.S. government’s credit rating at AA+ after a congressional committee that was supposed to break partisan gridlock and cut the budget deficit didn’t reach an agreement.
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