Rating agency Standard & Poor’s said today that the idea put forward by French banks to “rollover” Greece’s debt would likely be considered a default. European politicians and bankers had expressed confidence last week that the French proposal would not trigger a default, but S&P said the plan would involve losses to debt holders, and would likely be considered a “selective default” rating.
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