McGraw Hill Rallies Most in Three Years on S&P Settlement TalksMatt Robinson
McGraw Hill Financial Inc. rallied the most in more than three years after its Standard & Poor’s unit was said to be close to a $1 billion settlement with the U.S. for allegedly misleading investors about its ratings of subprime mortgages.
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