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Since the debacle of 2008, the major debt-rating agencies have worked hard to show how quickly and forcefully they can respond to changes in credit quality. Given the nasty public drubbing they took for putting their seal of approval on dodgy structured finance vehicles at the centre of the financial crisis, this was understandable.

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