Wirtschaft 17.01.2012

GL: Ratingagenturen sagen Bankrott voraus

Das Rating der Agentur Fitch wurde am Samstag veröffentlicht. © Bild: apa

Keine U-Bahn, keine Fähren, kein Radio und TV, nur Notbetrieb in den Spitälern – Athen stand am Dienstag neuerlich still.

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EPAepa03028059 A view of the offices of Fitch Ratings in New York, New York, USA, 08 December 2011. Ratings agencies in New York are closing watching the financial situation in Europe and have warned of possible ratings downgrades. Germany and France, the

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EPAepa03058664 (FILE) A file picture dated 15 November 2011 shows a cardboard cut-out of an AAA sign, a reference to Frances then credit rating, adorning the ground at La Defense business district outside Paris, France.French Finance Minister Francois Bar

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AA+ von S&P, AAA von Fitch: In Sachen USA sind sich die Rating-Agenturen nicht einig.

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dpa/Oliver BergILLUSTRATION: Drei Buchstaben "A" liegen am Dienstag (17.01.2012) in Köln hinter einer Euro-Münze. Die Herabstufung durch die Ratingagentur Standard & Poors (S&P) hält Anleger nicht davon ab, in den EFSF zu investieren. Die Ratingagentur

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REUTERSAn employee of the Korea Exchange Bank counts U.S. one hundred dollar notes at the banks headquarters in Seoul in this February 24, 2009 file photograph. The U.S. dollar may weaken and Treasury yields rise when Asian markets reopen on Monday August

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EPAepa03018201 A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, New York, USA, 28 October 2011. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 291.23 points, or 2.59 percent, to close at 11523.01. According to media reports on 28

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EPAepa03028011 A sign displays the name of Standard & Poors financial rating services in its offices in Paris, France, 08 December 2011. On 05 December, Standard & Poors placed the EU AAA credit rating on credit watch, warning it may downgrade the euro-zo

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Ratingagentur Moody's

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EPAepa03028056 A view of the offices of Fitch Ratings in New York, New York, USA, 08 December 2011. Ratings agencies in New York are closing watching the financial situation in Europe and have warned of possible ratings downgrades. Germany and France, the

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