The giant Moody's Cut has created ripples around the financial world. The increasing debt issues coming out of Europe took the stage during Moody's evaluations, and as a result, the Euro has lost some strength, again. In fact, it has fallen the most in months, trading now at 1 euro to 1.256 dollars. With a 1.3 percent drop, The Euro wasn't the only hit this morning . The yen dropped .9 percent to 80.42 yen per dollar, an unexpected turn for Japanese Financiers.
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Bankers’ Association, which has the supervisory role of setting the
influential Libor rates, announced that it would be willing to give up