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18/04/2011 S&P's cut U.S. government's credit outlook from "stable" to "negative"

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S&P Warns of Downgrade to U.S. Credit Rating

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Why Did the U.S. Credit Rating Get Downgraded? Standard & Poor's - Financial Services (2011)

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AAA-rmageddon: S&P downgrade knocks off US credit crown

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Sharma Says S&P's Process of Rating Debt Is Consistent

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Reynolds Says S&P's Warning on U.S. Rating `Appropriate'

Standard & Poor's is an American financial services company that publishes research and analysis on stocks and commodities. After the Budget Control Act of 2011 took effect, S&P started lowering the US's long-term credit rating. It reached the point where they assigned it a negative outlook, due to fiscal and economic challenges.
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    • Downgrade of France's long-term credit rating 

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