(Bloomberg) -- IBM’s ratings outlook was revised to "negative" by Standard & Poor’s, after the software and technology services company posted its 16th consecutive quarter of declining revenue and reduced its forecast for second-quarter profits.
S&P said in a statement Wednesday that it’s making the revision due to “IBM’s protracted revenue and earnings declines.” The ratings company affirmed its AA- grade for IBM.
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