Standard and Poor's hasn't confirmed it yet, but there are numerous reports that it has downgraded the credit ratings of five eurozone countries, including France and Italy. S&P has had 15 eurozone countries on a "negative credit watch" for weeks, so an announcement Friday will not come as a surprise. Analysts, though, are concerned about possible ripple effects. Audie Cornish talks with NPR's John Ydstie for more.
S&P Expected To Downgrade Eurozone Countries
By editor • Jan 13, 2012