Amid speculation about downgrades, bank bonds are already at levels suggesting speculative ratings.
By Zeke Faux, Bloomberg|June 11, 2012 at 08:41 AM
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For all the speculation over how far Moody’s Investors Service will lower the credit ratings of the world’s largest banks, debt traders are already treating the firms like they’re graded lower than the biggest potential cuts.
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