In his first comments after rival Standard & Poor's stripped the United States of its AAA rating on Friday, Moody's analyst Steven Hess repeated that the Aug. 2 plan to cut deficits by $2.1 trillion was positive for the U.S. credit standing, although not enough to keep its rating on a stable outlook.
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