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Crisis snags Finland as bailed out states surface

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Jean-Claude Juncker, Luxembourg's former prime minister, left, and Jyrki Katainen, Finnish Prime Minister, attend the Finnish National Coalition Party's European elections campaign in Helsinki, Finland.

HELSINKI — The same week Greece returned to international bond markets, Finland — a vocal proponent of austerity during the darkest hours of Europe's debt crisis — had its rating outlook downgraded.

Standard & Poor's said Friday there's now a one-in-three chance Finland's AAA grade will be cut over the next two years. Nordea Bank AB said the news marks a "blow" to Finnish bonds, which fell after the announcement. S&P cited Finland's "persistent sub-par growth rates" for

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