By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's faced several tough questions on Tuesday from investors who accused the agency of misleading the market in its evaluation of Ford Motor Co. . Last week, S&P analyst Scott Sprinzen said he was considering lowering Ford's corporate bond rating to BBB- -- only one step higher than junk, or below-investment-grade, status. The move came nearly a year after Sprinzen had lowered Ford's rating to BBB and ...
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