By Andy Rice• 19 July 2010
Moody's has downgraded Ireland's sovereign bond rating from Aa1 to Aa2, the rating agency reported on Monday. Moody's said the downgrade was owing to the "Irish government's gradual but significant loss of financial strength".
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