Nokia whacked by another downgrade - Moody's rates Nokia four notches below investment grade

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Moody's analysis of Nokia's finances follows examination of the company's latest results and the financing of its acquisition of Nokia Siemens Networks

Nokia's credit rating has been cut even further by ratings agency Moodys, over concerns about the company's cashflow. The company's credit rating now stands at B1, four levels below "investment grade"....

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