The Idiots Guide to the S&P Credit Downgrade

On August 5th, Standard and Poor’s downgraded the United State’s sterling AAA rating to AA+. But what does this letter grade really mean for consumers and citizens? This infographic guide compiled with Visible Technologies by Columnfivemedia, will help steer you through the ups and downs of sovereign credit ratings.

The Idiots Guide to the S&P Credit Downgrade

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