S&P improves outlook for Mexico

S&P improves outlook for Mexico

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S&P Global Ratings has improved the outlook for Mexico's credit ratings to stable from negative due to "cautious fiscal execution," less uncertainty on energy policy and an improvement in private sector investment focused on trade. S&P also affirmed Mexico's BBB long-term foreign currency rating and BBB+ long-term local currency rating, it said in a report on Wednesday. "The stable outlook reflects our expectation that cautious macroeconomic management will prevail over the next two year

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