By Dakin Campbell and Michael J. Moore, Bloomberg |
June 22, 2012
Credit Suisse Group AG’s credit rating was cut three levels and Morgan Stanley’s was reduced by two as Moody’s Investors Service downgraded 15 banks in moves that may shake up competition among Wall Street’s biggest firms.
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