Fitch keeps Greek rating stable at 'BB-' but sees growth momentum building

Economy Tags: Ratings
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On Friday night, Fitch reaffirmed its ‘BB-‘ credit rating for Greece, keeping the outlook stable.

Fitch remains ahead of the main ratings agencies with S&P keeping the credit score at ‘B+’ last month and Moody’s at ‘B3’, which is the ‘B-‘ equivalent, although it has not taken any rating action since February last year.

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