S&P Lowers Mexico

Dec 15, 2009

S&P has lowered Mexico’s debt rating to BBB from BBB+, with a stable outlook, becoming the second agency to cut the sovereign within the past month. “The downgrade reflects our assessment that Mexico's recent steps to raise non-oil revenues and improve efficiencies in the economy will...

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