S&P pushes Ford and FMC yet deeper into junk territory

  • 06 Jan 2006

Standard & Poor's cut its ratings on Ford Motor Co and Ford Motor Credit by two notches from BB+ to BB-, took it off CreditWatch, and kept its outlook negative yesterday (Thursday) evening London time.

"The downgrade reflects our increased scepticism about Ford's ability to turn around the performance ...

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