Moody’s Downgrades 11 Banks, as Contagion SpreadsVW Staff
Moody's Corporation(NYSE:MCO) has cut the ratings of eleven European banks as the world looks on toward a Greek election this weekend. Moody's said that a Greek exit from the Eurozone would trigger further downgrades.
The banks downgraded by Moody's today included five Dutch banks, three French banks and one each from Luxembourg and Belgium. The move follows the recent downgrades of banks from Spain, Germany and Austria in the wake of . . .
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