Credit Rating — News Archive

S&P Comments Bolster Indian Rupee

The Indian rupee climbed after Standard & Poor’s praised the efforts of the country’s government to reduce the budget deficit, which may improve the outlook for India’s sovereign credit rating.

NZ Dollar Gains as Fitch Raises New Zealand’s Credit Rating Outlook

The New Zealand dollar gained today as Fitch ratings raised the outlook for the nation’s credit rating from stable to positive, adding to signs that the New Zealand economy performs very well.

Rand Drops as S&P Lowers South Africa’s Credit Rating

The South African rand dropped today as Standard & Poor’s lowered the nation’s sovereign credit rating due to slow economic growth and other problems that make South African assets less attractive to investors.

Rally of Brazilian Real Pauses

The Brazilian real retreated a bit at the current trading session after touching the highest level in fourth months on the previous trading session. The rally has started after Standard & Poor’s cut the nation’s credit rating but changed the outlook from negative to stable, and prices continued to rise till the beginning of this session.

Fitch Keeps US Credit Rating at AAA, Does Not Benefit USD

Fitch Ratings kept the US sovereign credit rating at AAA with stable outlook. This should have given another boost for the dollar but, surprisingly enough, the US currency was not strong at all today, falling against the Japanese yen and dipping versus the euro. The greenback rose against the Great Britain pound, but the gains were small and are all but erased as of now.

Mexico’s Credit Rating Makes Peso Attractive

The Mexican peso maintained its bullish momentum today after Moody’s Investor Service upgraded the nation’s credit rating last week, increasing the attractiveness of Mexico’s assets to investors.

US Dollar Index Drops Following Credit Rating Questions

The United States has been put on notice about its credit rating. Even though Congress managed to avert a default by raising the debt ceiling, some credit rating agencies have questions about what’s next. As a result, the US dollar is losing ground to its major counterparts.

Mexican Peso Gains as S&P Confirms Positive Outlook

The Mexican peso advanced today as Standard & Poor’s affirmed the nation’s credit rating and the positive outlook. The currency also rallied on hopes that US politicians will avoid potentially catastrophic default.

Brazilian Real Falls as Moody’s Changes Outlook

The Brazilian real weakened today after Moody’s Investor Service maintained Brazil’s government bond rating, but changed the outlook from positive to stable.

Malaysian Ringgit Heads to Weekly Decline

The Malaysian ringgit fell today and headed to the biggest weekly decline in more than a month as Fitch Rating cut the nation’s credit rating, driving investors away from the country’s assets.

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