S&P keeps Greece at 'BB-' but revises outlook to stable on Covid-19 concerns

Economy Tags: Debt, Markets, Ratings
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In its regular rating cycle, S&P re-affirmed Greece’s credit score to ‘BB-‘, while it revised the outlook from positive to stable.

S&P had upgraded Greece by one notch last October, with a positive outlook. Outside of its regular rating cycle on Thursday night Fitch has also revised the outlook from positive to stable, re-affirming the rating at ‘BB’.

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