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S & P leaves Italy credit rating at BBB, changes outlook to 'negative'

S & P Global Ratings changed the outlook on Italy's sovereign credit rating to "negative" from "stable", leaving its debt…

S & P Global Ratings changed the outlook on Italy’s sovereign credit rating to “negative” from “stable”, leaving its debt rating at BBB, two notches above sub-investment grade. Een negatieve outlook kan een prelude zijn tot een ratingscène, ook als de timing of de downgrade kan variëren. S & P’s decision will give relief to investors who had speculated S & P would follow Moody’s example by downgrading Italy’s credit rating by one notch. Dette kommer som Italiens buttheads med EU om størrelsen på det forventede finanspolitiske underskud i det kommende 2019 budget. The 10-year Italian government bond yield














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