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Moody’s puts Bahrain ratings on review
Credit ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service placed Bahrain’s A3 government rating on review for possible downgrade on Wednesday as the tiny kingdom grapples with anti-government protests that have already toppled two entrenched leaders in other Arab countries.
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S&P puts Deutsche Boerse on negative rating watch
International ratings agency Standard and Poor’s put Deutsche Boerse’s long-term credit rating on negative watch Wednesday, expressing concern over the stock market operator’s finances as it pursues a tie-up with NYSE Euronext.
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Failed Evergreen deal puts spotlight on Patrick’s development policy
Evergreen Solar Inc.’s recent decision to shut its Devens factory, which received millions of dollars in state subsidies, has reignited a debate on the use of incentives to lure investment and jobs to Massachusetts. But underlying the controversy is a broader question: Should government favor specific industries in its economic policies?
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