Moody's credit agency has predicted that Puerto Rico will default on at least a portion of its scheduled debt on Dec. 1.» Read More
Money managers, value investors and analysts are eyeing Dec. 1, when $355 million of notes issued by the Government Development Bank come due.
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CNBC's Kate Kelly reports the latest out of Puerto Rico regarding their debt payments as Moody's now views Puerto Rico in default.