Credit ratings: how Fitch, Moody’s and S&P rate each country

Last week, Standard and Poor’s has downgraded nine countries in the eurozone. See how different credit rating agency compare countries.

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France has been stripped of its coveted AAA credit rating in a mass downgrade of nine eurozone countries by Standard & Poor’s. It also cut Austria’s triple-A rating, and relegated Portugal and Cyprus to junk status.

The majority of the countries have a stable outlook (55% on average). That said, the number of countries with negative or negative watch far exceeds those with a positive one across all three agencies.

S&P has 10 countries on positive outlook, all emerging market, including Turkey, Chile, and Indonesia.

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