Moody's: U.K., France, Germany and U.S. likely will keep top rating

08/17/2010 | Bloomberg

Moody's Investors Service said Britain, France, Germany and the U.S. have responded to investor concern by reducing their budget deficit after the European sovereign-debt crisis and likely will maintain their top credit rating. "They are all very strongly Aaa rated, but now those four countries are a bit more pressured than they were previously," said Alexander Kockerbeck, a co-author of the Moody's report.

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