- The pound has slid against the dollar as Moody’s has downgraded the UK’s credit rating to Aa2.
- The firm has lifted its ratings outlook to stable after the downgrade.
- Moody’s sees growth of 1% this year, and doesn’t expect growth to recover to historic trends “over the coming years.”
- British sterling, quoting just under $1.36/pound this morning, has quickly dropped to $1.3456.
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- Now read: Keep An Eye On Europe For The Next Big Move In Markets
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