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Fiscal prudence key to Ireland’s stability

US ratings agency Moody’s has lowered the outlook on Ireland’s AAA debt ratings from stable to negative.

31st January, 2009

US ratings agency Moody’s has lowered the outlook on Ireland’s AAA debt ratings from stable to negative.

This is just a warning shot. Nothing is done yet. Standard & Poor’s has also put Ireland’s AAA rating on the line. Both agencies are giving the government - and the public - the benefit of the doubt for now. The agencies will wait a while yet to see what progress, if any, is...

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