Bond Issue Suspended as Moody's Downgrades Slovenia's Rating
Ljubljana, 30 April - Slovenia's issue of a dollar-denominated bond was suspended on Tuesday after news broke that the country's credit rating may be changed. Indeed, shortly after ratings agency Moody's downgraded Slovenia's credit rating by two notches from Baa2 to the high-risk Ba1. Pundits believe the move to be an attempt to undermine Slovenia's financial plans.
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