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Dan Froomkin: Credit-Rating Agencies' Threat To Downgrade U.S. Debt Could Be A Bluff

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The chances that credit-ratings agencies will downgrade U.S. debt have been exaggerated, a senior analyst for an investment bank wrote in a research note Thursday. The idea that the agencies' threats could be empty ones is just the latest of many criticisms over their intervention into domestic politics.

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