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Fitch lowers Mexico's credit rating a notch, to BBB, as the country's deficit swells. And...

Fitch lowers Mexico's credit rating a notch, to BBB, as the country's deficit swells. And Mexico's central bank governor will likely keep the benchmark interest rate unchanged this week as speculation grows that a new chief is on the way.
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  • MarketGuy
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    Hmmm, swelling deficit, benchmark interest rate unchanged?

     

    Sounds JUST like the country to Mexico's north...and they're AAA?

     

    yeah, right.
    23 Nov 2009, 02:11 PM Reply Like
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