No room for error on U.S. debt

NEW YORK (Fortune) — The United States isn’t in jeopardy of losing its gold-plated credit rating, though by one measure America is closer to the ratings-downgrade danger zone than Spain.

That’s according to credit rating agency Moody’s. In a quarterly report about sovereign debt, Moody’s analysts wrote that despite market worries about rising government debt levels, there is “no imminent rating pressure” for the United States and other big governments carrying its highest triple-A rating.

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