Credit ratings of 15 countries of an eurozone can decrease
the International rating agency Standard and Poor ' s can lower credit ratings of 15 countries of an eurozone, including Germany and France. Decrease can occur to probability 50 on 50.
the markets have immediately reacted to this depressing news decrease in exchange indexes and euro exchange rate falling: deterioration of a rating for some countries can turn back rise in price of credits.
the Agency plans to finish revision of ratings of the countries after the summit of the European Union planned on a weekend where plans of stabilisation of an eurozone will be discussed again. Following the results of the summit the decision will be accepted: rjting Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and Luxembourg can fall to one point whereas other countries will lose two points. Changes will concern even to France having the highest rating AAA.
As to Cyprus absent in the list and Greece the long-term credit rating of Cyprus already is in a revision stage, and the rating of Greece could not be lowered simply, passes Bi - bi - si.