WASHINGTON — The historic downgrade of the U.S. government's credit rating is raising the question of whether similar actions may be in store for the country's largest banks.
Some argue such an outcome is inevitable because several big banks enjoy the perception of "too big to fail," which might be affected by the debt downgrade.
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