By The Associated PressStandard & Poor's, the ratings agency that sent the stock market into a tailspin last year when it downgraded its rating on U.S. debt, said Friday that it doesn't expect the "fiscal cliff" negotiations to affect its current rating on the U.S.
S&P, Already Bearish, Doesn't Dwell On The 'cliff'
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