Greece's Four Largest Banks Downgraded By Fitch

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The ratings agency Fitch has downgraded Greece’s four biggest banks in just the latest bad news for the troubled country.

Fitch also pointed to a negative outlook for the now BBB rated banks.

As a result of the downgrade, Greece’s debt spread against the 10 year German Bund widened to 333 bps, according to tweets from Zero Hedge

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