Fitch Ratings affirmed its AAA credit rating for the U.S. and kept the rating's outlook "stable," disagreeing with Standard & Poor's. Fitch's announcement provides a vote of confidence to the government's efforts to reduce the deficit. The credit rating agency said it will revisit the rating at the end of the year. Fitch also kept ratings on municipal bonds related to the U.S. government's creditworthiness.
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