Spain

Downgraded again


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Moody’s Investor Services has downgraded the Spanish government’s bond rating from A3 to Baa3.

The rationale for the move given by the agency is that Spain has recently borrowed €100 billion which will increase the country’s debt burden, that the country has limited access to financial markets and that the economy continues to weaken.

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