June 19 (Reuters) - Moody'
- Moody's takes action on Australian banks
- Moody's - Downgraded baseline credit assessments, long-term ratings and counterparty risk assessments of 12 Australian banks and affiliates
- Moody's - Downgrade of Australian banks reflect elevated risks in household sector which heighten sensitivity of banks credit profiles to adverse shock
- Moody's- long-term ratings of Australia's four major banks, ANZ, CBA, NAB and Westpac, downgraded to Aa3 from Aa2, their BCAs downgraded to a2 from a1
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Moody's downgraded baseline credit assessments, long-term ratings of 12 Australian banks
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