Fitch signals that Ireland's credit rating will not be cut
A director of Fitch has signalled that the credit ratings agency is to keep Ireland rating unchanged at BBB-plus.
A director of Fitch has signalled that the credit ratings agency is to keep Ireland rating unchanged at BBB-plus. Chris Pryce said in an interview this morning with *The Wall Street Journal* that although Ireland will continue to face fiscal pressures that the outlook will not worsen.
Pryce oversees Ireland’s sovereign rating for Fitch and the newspaper reported he gave “a strong signal” that the rating will stay within investment grade despite tough budget measures...
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