NEW YORK, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Johnson Controls Inc.'s credit quality will likely weaken from its planned acquisition of York International Corp. , analysts and traders said on Thursday, but few seem to be betting on it. Johnson, a big auto parts maker, late on Wednesday said it will pay $2.4 billion in cash for York, which makes heating and air conditioning equipment for buildings. The purchase price represents a 35 percent premium over York's closing share price on Wednesday. Johnson ...
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