Moody's downgraded Italian bonds

International Rating Agency Moody's Investors Services nevertheless decided to reduce the Italy's government bond rating from the level of Aa2 to A2. The prognosis remained "negative".

As the reason for the downgrade, the experts Moody's called the increased risks of long-term financing for the EU countries with a high level of public debt.

Colleagues Moody's From Standard & Poor's dropped Italy rating back in September.

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