Spanish bonds led a rally among peripheral euro-area securities on speculation the nation’s debt rating could be upgraded on Friday. The extra yield that investors demand to hold the nation’s 10-year notes over comparable German debt narrowed to the least since before the euro crisis engulfed the region. Spain is rated BBB+ at Fitch Ratings, and a one-notch improvement would take the kingdom to A territory.
Spain’s credit rating was raised one level at Fitch Ratings, which said the country’s “buoyant” economic growth has helped reduce the government’s general deficit. The decision puts Spain in ‘A’ grade territory for the first time since 2012, when it was mired in a recession and a housing slump. It also marks the first upgrade for the country from a major credit-rating company in more than two years.
The yield premium investors demand on Spanish 10-year debt over German bunds fell to its lowest since March 2015 as traders anticipated a potential credit upgrade by Fitch Ratings on Jan. 19, driven by an improving economy. If Fitch boosts Spain to A from the current BBB+, that could spark greater appetite for the debt, said Jaime Costero, a rates strategist at Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, who sees the move upward as “highly” possible.
Sesea con arte. Que tonterias! Si en la television nacional, como ocurre en muchos paises, representasemos los acentos de este pais con normalidad nadie se sorprenderia con que en una serie ambientada en Sevilla se hable con acento sevillano. Y lo dice una de Las Palmas. https://twitter.com/eccultura/status/954685457891143680
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