Credit rating agencies are waiting on regulatory reform to measure big banks:

06/4/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

A provision in the recent Senate-passed financial reform bill giving the government the opportunity to bail out "too big to fail" banks is causing major credit ratings agencies to delay issuing downgrades for those entities. The agencies indicated they would hold off until the economy stabilizes and the House reconciles its bill with the Senate version.

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