Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services could reach a deal as early as Thursday to pay more than $1.37 billion to resolve lawsuits with the Justice Department and more than a dozen states which allege that S&P knowingly misled investors by issuing inaccurate mortgage grades, sources told the Wall Street Journal.
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