Moody’s keeps treble A rating for France


Moody’s has decided to keep France on its Treble A (AAA) credit rating, although it says that it is still reviewing the situation to see if the country will maintain its ‘stable’ outlook. This comes a few days after Standard and Poor’s decided to downgrade France to AA. Fitch, the third ratings agency, has said that it has no plans to downgrade France.

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