UK credit worthiness improves

Moody credit agency upgrades UK

Moody’s is a credit rating agency that evaluates the creditworthiness of countries, companies, and other entities. 

It recently upgraded the UK’s credit outlook from negative to stable, citing policy predictability, softer EU trade stance, and tax reversals.

This means that Moody’s expects the UK to have a lower risk of defaulting on its debts and to have a more stable economic outlook. Moody’s also noted some challenges for the UK, such as low growth prospects, high inflation, and the need for large investments in water and energy sectors.

It follows S&P, which dropped its negative outlook in April this year.

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