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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is taking steps to rein in credit rating agencies after the agencies’ assessments of structured securities were cited as one of the factors in last year’s financial meltdown. But critics question whether the new rules the SEC approved in September will make much difference in the way credit raters go about their business.

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