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Why Standard & Poor's maintains France's rating

2023-12-01T21:48:55.014Z

Highlights: American rating agency S&P Global Ratings (formerly Standard & Poor's) maintains France's rating. "Can do better," analysts would no doubt have commented, had they had the chance. "Not all economic indicators are green, far from it" Nevertheless, the Minister of the Economy can breathe a little, writes Agnes Poirier-Lecuil. "The excitement of waiting for the verdict was palpable," she says of the corridors of Bercy in the last few days.


One of the three major rating agencies in the market has just delivered its verdict. S&P Global Ratings (formerly Standard & Poor's) maintains its


It's a bit as if Bruno Le Maire had gone back to school and had just received his report card. Friday evening, the American rating agency S&P Global Ratings (formerly Standard & Poor's), here in the role of the teacher, decided: the financial rating of France is maintained at "AA". "Can do better," analysts would no doubt have commented, had they had the chance. Because not all economic indicators are green, far from it. Nevertheless, the Minister of the Economy can breathe a little. In the corridors of Bercy in the last few days, the excitement of waiting for the verdict was palpable.

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Source: leparis

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