terça-feira, 28 de junho de 2016

The United Kingdom is no longer AAA for S&P

Thickens the fog around the near future of the British economy after the referendum in which the United Kingdom has chosen to leave the European Union. The financial rating agency Standard Poor's & (S&P) cut on two levels the sovereign debt rating of AAA British â€" the maximum rating â€" for AA, with a negative perspective.

The Standard Poor's & justifies the decision "uncertainty" that results from "Brexit victory", adding concerns about the future capacity of the United Kingdom to fund overseas and also about the constitutional issues raised in Scotland and in Northern Ireland, which voted mostly by staying in the European Union.

This Monday, the pound sterling came back to play in more than 30 years lows against the dollar.

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