Downgrade is a response to Greek bond buyback, rating agency says.
By John Detrixhe and Wes Goodman, Bloomberg|December 06, 2012 at 04:24 AM
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Greece’s credit grade was reduced to SD, or selective default, by Standard & Poor’s from CCC after the government began buying its bonds back from investors, a statement on the rating company’s website said yesterday.
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