The following video is from Tuesday's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill and analysts Joe Magyer and Ron Gross discuss the top business and investing stories.
In this segment: The U.S. Justice Department sued Standard & Poor's Ratings Services over the firm's role in rating mortgage bonds that imploded in the financial crisis. What does the lawsuit mean for investors? What does it mean for S&P parent company McGraw-Hill ? Will Moody's be next?
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