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2nd Warning from Moody’s: US May Lose Aaa Rating

December 8th, 2009 No comments
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LONDON: The UK Pound declined against the dollar today after the market digested Moody’s warning about a possible downgrade of the country’s credit rating. “Britain and the U.S. had ‘resilient’ Aaa ratings, as opposed to the ‘resistant’ top ratings on Canada, Germany and France, Moody’s said in a report today,” according to Bloomberg.

Credit-rating agency Moody’s Investor Services on Tuesday warned that the United States and Great Britain may test the limits of their AAA sovereign ratings due to deteriorating public finances.

“These are the AAA countries whose public finances are deteriorating considerably and may therefore test the Aaa boundaries,” wrote Pierre Cailleteau, managing director of Moody’s sovereign risk group… Read more…

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George Soros Soon to Profit from Run on Dollar?

December 1st, 2009 No comments

George Soros to Profit From Run on Dollar?WASHINGTON: George Soros is positioning himself to set a new record in profits, thanks to the Obama administration. Due to the profligate spending of congress the US is well on its way to defaulting on its current obligations, possibly within the next 12 months. How is that possible, you say? Let’s take a look at it.

For example, let’s say you are running a household burdened by credit card debt, and that your monthly income is not adequate to pay your bills. Your next course of action? Bankruptcy. Same thing with countries, only it is called default. We saw that just last week in Dubai:

Dubai shook investor confidence across the Persian Gulf after its proposal to delay debt payments risked triggering the biggest sovereign default since Argentina in 2001. November 26, 2009. Bloomberg News

How can that happen to a country? By not having sufficient reserves to cover its short term obligations. Read more…