Standard & Poor's lowers long-term outlook for Maersk

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's lowers its long-term outlook for Maersk to negative. The previous outlook for the Danish transport group was stable. The company's rating is maintained.

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The outlook for A.P. Moeller-Maersk's long-term credit rating was lowered to "negative" from "stable" by credit rating agency Standard & Poor's on Monday.

The rating itself is maintained at "BBB", however.

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