Ratings Agencies "Sold Their Soul" . . . Joining Wall Street and the Government

Specifically, the big 3 ratings agencies - S&P, Moody's and Fitch - kept companies' credit ratings high for years after they should have been slashed due to inadequate capital, overstated assets, over-exposure to derivatives and other risky investments, and other chronic problems.

Indeed, emails show that the rating service employees knew they were acting fraudulently

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