SPOTLIGHT: S&P surveys telecom credit


Moody's rating service recently said the ongoing credit crisis was unlikely to affect telecom too much. In the interest of granting equal space, today we highlight a story on what another rating service, Standard & Poor's, is saying about how telecom companies will fare through the credit crunch.

S&P takes a slightly more cautious position, looking more broadly at both telcos and cable TV companies, and cash liquidity in both segments. Still, no industry observers seem to concerned that credit concerns will harshly affect companies that are at the center of leveraged buyouts.

For more:
- Check out this story in BusinessWeek

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