Critics: Ratings downgraded too slowly at first, now too fast

09/22/2008 | Financial Week

After being criticized for cutting ratings on financial-service companies too slowly, credit-rating agencies are being attacked for downgrading too aggressively. Critics said rating agencies are again missing the mark with rapid downgrades, which have added to market volatility. They cited the way agencies handled AIG as an example.

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