Over concern that the large exposure French banks have to Greece’s debt, Moody’s rating agency cut the credit rating of two of France’s largest banks. The ratings agency’s one-notch downgrade of Societe Generale and Credit Agricole came hours before the leaders of Greece, France and Germany were to hold a video conference on measures to head off a potential Greek default, which has prompted rising global alarm.
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