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  •  - Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Blanco attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Blanco attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Posted: 10/14/2011 9:45:52 AM EST
    Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Jose Blanco attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting at Madrid's Moncloa Palace October 14, 2011. Standard & Poor's cut Spain's credit rating on Friday, sending the euro briefly lower and underlining the challenges facing Europe's major powers as they meet G20 counterparts over the euro-zone debt crisis. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Spanish Economy Minister Salgado arrives for a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Spanish Economy Minister Salgado arrives for a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Posted: 10/14/2011 9:42:05 AM EST
    Spanish Economy Minister Elena Salgado arrives for a news conference after a cabinet meeting at Madrid's Moncloa Palace October 14, 2011. Standard & Poor's cut Spain's credit rating on Friday, sending the euro briefly lower and underlining the challenges facing Europe's major powers as they meet G20 counterparts over the euro-zone debt crisis. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Blanco and Spanish Economy Minister Salgado arrive for a joint news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Blanco and Spanish Economy Minister Salgado arrive for a joint news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Posted: 10/14/2011 9:41:20 AM EST
    Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Jose Blanco (R) and Spanish Economy Minister Elena Salgado arrive for a joint news conference after a cabinet meeting at Madrid's Moncloa Palace October 14, 2011. Standard & Poor's cut Spain's credit rating on Friday, sending the euro briefly lower and underlining the challenges facing Europe's major powers as they meet G20 counterparts over the euro-zone debt crisis. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Spanish Economy Minister Salgado attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Spanish Economy Minister Salgado attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Posted: 10/14/2011 9:36:22 AM EST
    Spanish Economy Minister Elena Salgado attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting at Madrid's Moncloa Palace October 14, 2011. Standard & Poor's cut Spain's credit rating on Friday, sending the euro briefly lower and underlining the challenges facing Europe's major powers as they meet G20 counterparts over the euro-zone debt crisis. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Spanish Economy Minister Salgado attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Spanish Economy Minister Salgado attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Posted: 10/14/2011 9:26:26 AM EST
    Spanish Economy Minister Elena Salgado attends a news conference after a cabinet meeting at Madrid's Moncloa Palace October 14, 2011. Standard & Poor's cut Spain's credit rating on Friday, sending the euro briefly lower and underlining the challenges facing Europe's major powers as they meet G20 counterparts over the euro-zone debt crisis. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Blanco and Spanish Economy Minister Salgado attend a joint news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Blanco and Spanish Economy Minister Salgado attend a joint news conference after a cabinet meeting in Madrid

    Posted: 10/14/2011 9:25:25 AM EST
    Government spokesman and Spanish Development Minister Jose Blanco (L) and Spanish Economy Minister Elena Salgado attend a joint news conference after a cabinet meeting at Madrid's Moncloa Palace October 14, 2011. Standard & Poor's cut Spain's credit rating on Friday, sending the euro briefly lower and underlining the challenges facing Europe's major powers as they meet G20 counterparts over the euro-zone debt crisis. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - People walk near the French Economy, Finance and Industry Ministry at Bercy before the start of the G20 Finance Ministers Summit in Paris

    People walk near the French Economy, Finance and Industry Ministry at Bercy before the start of the G20 Finance Ministers Summit in Paris

    Posted: 10/14/2011 8:36:08 AM EST
    People walk near the French Economy, Finance and Industry Ministry at Bercy before the start of the G20 Finance Ministers Summit in Paris October 14, 2011. The euro zone debt crisis will dominate a summit of G20 finance chiefs and central bank heads in Paris, with a downgrade of Spain's credit rating highlighting the risk of a much larger economy than Greece coming under threat. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Containers are seen at the port of Auckland

    Containers are seen at the port of Auckland

    Posted: 9/29/2011 11:47:54 PM EST
    Containers are seen at the port of Auckland September 30, 2011. Fitch Ratings on Thursday downgraded New Zealand by one notch, expressing concern about its growing external debt in a volatile global economy. Fitch cut New Zealand's credit rating to AA from AA-plus, forecasting its "persistent" current account deficits will widen in the next couple of years to reach 5.5 percent of gross domestic product by 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Containers are stacked at the port of Auckland

    Containers are stacked at the port of Auckland

    Posted: 9/29/2011 11:47:23 PM EST
    Containers are stacked at the port of Auckland September 30, 2011. Fitch Ratings on Thursday downgraded New Zealand by one notch, expressing concern about its growing external debt in a volatile global economy. Fitch cut New Zealand's credit rating to AA from AA-plus, forecasting its "persistent" current account deficits will widen in the next couple of years to reach 5.5 percent of gross domestic product by 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Containers are stacked at the port of Auckland

    Containers are stacked at the port of Auckland

    Posted: 9/29/2011 11:47:02 PM EST
    Containers are stacked at the port of Auckland September 30, 2011. Fitch Ratings on Thursday downgraded New Zealand by one notch, expressing concern about its growing external debt in a volatile global economy. Fitch cut New Zealand's credit rating to AA from AA-plus, forecasting its "persistent" current account deficits will widen in the next couple of years to reach 5.5 percent of gross domestic product by 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo of the Standard and Poor building in New York

    File photo of the Standard and Poor building in New York

    Posted: 9/26/2011 10:50:37 PM EST
    The Standard and Poor's building is pictured in New York, in this file photo taken August 2, 2011. U.S. regulators disclosed they may take action against Standard & Poor's for securities law violations after the ratings agency gave top grades to a package of securitized mortgages in 2007 that quickly soured. The possible action could be the first by the United States against one of the major credit rating agencies, which have been accused of enabling the lending excesses that led to the subprime mortgage crisis in 2008. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
  •  - Noyer speaks with Utsumi at the Bretton Woods Committee International Council in Washington

    Noyer speaks with Utsumi at the Bretton Woods Committee International Council in Washington

    Posted: 9/23/2011 5:53:36 PM EST
    Bank of France Governor Christian Noyer (2nd R) speaks with Makoto Utsumi (R), president and chief executive officer of Japan Credit Rating Agency, at the Bretton Woods Committee International Council in Washington, September 23, 2011. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 9/21/2011 3:25:47 PM EST
    The Bank of Italy headquarters is seen in Rome, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011, the day after Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has downgraded Italy's credit rating by one notch, saying it sees weakening economic growth prospects for the European nation and higher-than-expected levels of government debt. Late Monday Sept. 19, 2011, in New York, the ratings firm cut Italy's long- and short-term sovereign credit ratings, but leaving it still five steps above junk status. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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    Posted: 9/21/2011 3:25:47 PM EST
    The Bank of Italy headquarters is seen in Rome, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011 the day after Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has downgraded Italy's credit rating by one notch, saying it sees weakening economic growth prospects for the European nation and higher-than-expected levels of government debt. Late Monday Sept. 19, 2011, in New York, the ratings firm cut Italy's long- and short-term sovereign credit ratings, but leaving it still five steps above junk status. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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    Posted: 9/21/2011 3:25:46 PM EST
    The Bank of Italy headquarters is seen in Rome, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011 the day after Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has downgraded Italy's credit rating by one notch, saying it sees weakening economic growth prospects for the European nation and higher-than-expected levels of government debt. Late Monday Sept. 19, 2011, in New York, the ratings firm cut Italy's long- and short-term sovereign credit ratings, but leaving it still five steps above junk status. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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    Posted: 8/24/2011 3:20:45 AM EST
    Japanese Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda talks to reporters about downgrading of Japan's credit rating by Moody's Investors Service at his ministry in Tokyo Wednesday morning, Aug. 24, 2011. Moody's cut Japan's government bond rating to Aa3 from Aa2, citing the country's weak growth prospects, massive government debt and constant political turmoil. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA
  •  - File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 8/22/2011 10:49:11 PM EST
    Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson attends a joint news conference in Tokyo in this April 27, 2007 file photo. The chief of Standard & Poor's will step down next month, to be replaced by a senior Citibank executive, in a move announced a few weeks after the credit rating agency downgraded U.S. government debt and sparked a row with Washington. S&P's parent, McGraw-Hill Companies Inc , said on August 23, 2011 that Deven Sharma, who has served as S&P president since 2007, would step down on Sept. 12, to be succeeded by Peterson. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota/Files
  •  - File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 8/22/2011 10:48:49 PM EST
    Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson attends a joint news conference in Tokyo in this April 27, 2007 file photo. The chief of Standard & Poor's will step down next month, to be replaced by a senior Citibank executive, in a move announced a few weeks after the credit rating agency downgraded U.S. government debt and sparked a row with Washington. S&P's parent, McGraw-Hill Companies Inc , said on August 23, 2011 that Deven Sharma, who has served as S&P president since 2007, would step down on Sept. 12, to be succeeded by Peterson. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota/Files
  •  - File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 8/22/2011 10:27:37 PM EST
    Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson attends a joint news conference in Tokyo in this April 27, 2007 file photo. The chief of Standard & Poor's will step down next month, to be replaced by a senior Citibank executive, in a move announced a few weeks after the credit rating agency downgraded U.S. government debt and sparked a row with Washington. S&P's parent, McGraw-Hill Companies Inc , said on August 23, 2011 that Deven Sharma, who has served as S&P president since 2007, would step down on Sept. 12, to be succeeded by Peterson. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota/Files (JAPAN)
  •  - File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson speaking during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    File photo of Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson speaking during a joint news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 8/22/2011 10:26:21 PM EST
    Citibank Japan CEO Douglas Peterson speaks during a joint news conference in Tokyo in this April 27, 2007 file photo. The chief of Standard & Poor's will step down next month, to be replaced by a senior Citibank executive, in a move announced a few weeks after the credit rating agency downgraded U.S. government debt and sparked a row with Washington. S&P's parent, McGraw-Hill Companies Inc , said on August 23, 2011 that Deven Sharma, who has served as S&P president since 2007, would step down on Sept. 12, to be succeeded by Peterson. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota/Files (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)


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