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Win Thin Says S&P’s U.S. Outlook Is `Medium-Term Issue’

April 18 (Bloomberg) — Win Thin, global head of emerging-market strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., talks about the decision by Standard & Poor’s to revise its outlook on the U.S. AAA credit rating to “negative” and its impact on financial markets.
The dollar advanced the most since November against the currencies of major trading partners on increased demand for a refuge as Europe’s debt crisis outweighed S&P’s negative U.S. outlook. Thin speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg)
About Win Thin
Win Thin
Win Thin is a senior currency strategist with over fifteen years of investment experience. He has a broad international background with a special interest in developing markets. Prior to joining BBH in June 2007, he founded Mandalay Advisors, an independent research firm that provided sovereign emerging market analysis to institutional investors. He received an MA from Georgetown University in 1985 and a B.A. from Brandeis University 1983. Feel free to contact the Zurich office of BBH
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