Moody's upgrades PH credit rating

Moody's upgrades PH credit rating

Manila : Philippines | Oct 29, 2012 at 1:10 AM PDT
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Philippines Moody's Investors Service on Monday announced that it upgraded its credit rating for the Philippines from Ba2 to Ba1, or from two notches to just one notch below investment grade. In a statement, the credit watchdog cited the Philippines favorable macroeconomic fundamentals, improving... FULL ARTICLE AT
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The Moody's have cut BP's credit rating by three notches to A2 from Aa2
The Moody's have cut BP's credit rating by three notches to A2 from Aa2
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