Argentina’s credit rating was raised one level by Moody’s Investors Service as President Mauricio Macri’s macroeconomic reform began to take hold, bolstering optimism about the nation’s long-term prospects.
Moody’s raised Argentina’s rating to B2 from B3 with a stable outlook, Moody’s analyst Gabriel Torres said in a statement Wednesday. That leaves the nation five levels below...[Read More]
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