Fitch Ratings have said that the crises in the Eurozone and the problems in the United States concerning the debt ceiling and fiscal cliff negotiations will dictate the global credit outlook for the rest of this year.
In their six monthly credit outlook report the agency have pointed to progress being made in the Eurozone with the “Outright Monetary Transactions” (OMT) programme that was announced in early September last year.
Measures were announced that the E...
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