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Listen: Which Health Care Ratings Are Most Likely To Be Affected By U.S. Tax Reform?

S&P Global Ratings see three clusters of healthcare companies as most susceptible to a rating change stemming from the U.S. Tax Reform. In this CreditMatters TV segment, analysts Shannon Murphy and David Kaplan assess the type of impact the reform should have on companies with substantial foreign cash, on those with ratings already vulnerable to a change, and on those with 'B' ratings or below.

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