Investors question sovereign ratings for U.K., Japan, U.S.

05/13/2010 | (subscription required)

Major credit rating agencies have downgraded the sovereign ratings of Greece, Portugal and Spain, and credit investors are questioning whether the same standards are being applied to the debt of advanced economies, such as the U.K., Japan and the U.S. "The rating agencies haven't been consistent, and some countries have been singled out more than others," said Achilles Risvas, a managing partner at Dromeus Capital.

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