Moody’s Settles Calpers Ratings Lawsuit for $130 Million

  • Accord follows S&P’s $125 million in similar California case
  • Companies were accused of inflating subprime-bond ratings

Moody’s Investors Service Inc. agreed to pay $130 million to settle claims by the California Public Employee Retirement System over allegedly inflated ratings on residential-mortgage bond deals.

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