Toyota credit rating gets cut
Fitch cited the obvious problems with the global auto industry as the reason for the cut, and Toyota's downward adjustment of its sales and earnings surely didn't help. In many instances, when one credit rating company cuts a company's grade, the others are sure to follow. These are the same ratings agencies that maintained good credit rankings for the banks that are now receiving trillions of dollars of bailout help from the US government, so they're far from perfect. That doesn't help Toyota though, and the Japanese automaker could likely see still more cuts if the industry continues to struggle. Don't piles of cash and years and years of massive profits mean anything anymore? Thanks for the tip, Brian.
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