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October 15, 2013 3:44 PM

Default or not, U.S. already has endangered its credit rating

Credit ratings agencies may not wait for a default to downgrade U.S. government creditworthiness. It’s a warning that politicians are showing just why U.S. bonds no longer are considered to be worthy of the gold-plated AAA status.

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