Morgan Stanley Credit Swaps Fall After Moody’s DowngradesBrooke Sutherland
The cost to protect bonds of Morgan Stanley from default fell to the lowest level in more than seven weeks the day after Moody’s Investors Service cut the bank’s credit grade less than the ratings company previously said it was considering.
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