Standard & Poor’s said Friday it has revised downward the outlooks in its counter-party credit ratings on five Japanese life insurance companies following the recent release of business results for the April-September first half of fiscal 2000.

S&P revised the outlooks to “stable” from “positive” on Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance Co., Nippon Life Insurance Co. and Yasuda Mutual Life Insurance Co.

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