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Ukraine in default according to Fitch and S&P

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Global rating agencies S&P and Fitch on Friday lowered Ukraine's foreign currency ratings. The agencies said they consider the country's debt restructuring as distressed. Earlier this week, Ukraine's overseas creditors backed a two-year freeze on payments on almost $20 billion in international bonds.
2 months ago·Ukraine

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Ukraine in default according to Fitch and S&P

Global rating agencies S&P and Fitch on Friday lowered Ukraine's foreign currency ratings to selective default and restricted default as they consider the country's debt restructuring as distressed.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Moody's downgrades Turkey's credit rating

Moody's downgrades Turkey's credit rating

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Moody's lowers Turkey's credit rating

Moody's downgrades Turkey's credit rating — International credit rating agency Moody's lowered Turkey's credit rating from 'B2' to 'B3, turning its rating outlook from 'negative' to 'stationary.

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S&P and Fitch downgraded Ukraine's foreign currency rating

S&P downgraded Ukraine's foreign currency rating to SD/SD from CC/C

2 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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Ukraine's credit rating lowered

Rating agencies S&P and Fitch cut Ukraine's credit rating to “selective default” and “restricted default,” respectively, which translates into partially cancelled payments.

2 months ago·Falkenberg, Sweden
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S&P and Fitch downgraded Ukraine's foreign currency rating

Both agencies consider the restructuring of Ukraine's debt problematic.

2 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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