Nokia's credit rating has again been downgraded amid concerns that the company could burn through much of its cash reserves by the end of this year, as its Windows Phone strategy stalls.
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Fitch Ratings has dropped Nokia's credit rating down to junk status, claiming that it is "not convinced" Nokia will continue to be financially sound. Nokia says it is "taking action" to improve.