November 5, 2018 |
Moody's said it has upgraded Cemig to B1 from B2 because of a general improvement in the power company's liquidity profile.
The Minas Gerais state-owned company has completed indemnification payments, conducted asset sales and refinanced short-term debt, Moody's said in a report on Friday. Cemig also has enough cash to cover debt payments for 12 months, Moody's added.
With the proceeds of a $500m bond issue in July and BRL649m from the sale of telecom assets in August, Cemig will likely reach
Brazilian power company's ratings rise a notch to B1 on improving liquidity profile