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Fitch upgrades Chile's foreign currency default rating to A+, citing "years of prudent...

Fitch upgrades Chile's foreign currency default rating to A+, citing "years of prudent macroeconomic management and an economic model based on competitive markets." Not mentioned, but certainly not hurting, is copper (JJC) sitting at an all-time high. Chile ETF: ECH.
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  • wyostocks
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    "years of prudent macroeconomic management and an economic model based on competitive markets."

     

    I am shocked that the US didn't get the same upgrade.
    Maybe next week.
    2 Feb 2011, 08:47 AM Reply Like
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