Credit rating agencies

Mali attends investor meeting in Washington

WASHINGTON - At a Washington investor meeting, Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali spoke with representatives of the top US and international companies and investment funds.

Mali, who is in Washington for the IMF/World Bank Group Spring Meetings, gave a presentation of Serbia's economic performance and opportunities for investing in the country.

Reform and politics

The decision by Moody's to keep Greece's credit rating one step below investment grade shows once again how the problems in our judicial system cost a lot of money, in addition to their undermining citizens' confidence in institutions.

The burden of justice

It's not the first time we've heard it. But the recent report by ratings agency Moody's cites the problems of Greece's justice system as a reason for not upgrading the country's credit rating.

Moody’s maintains Greece below investment level

Moody's remained on Friday the only major rating agency to maintain Greece outside the investment-grade states, as it affirmed the country's credit rating at "Ba1", with a stable outlook.

Last September the agency had raised Greece's rating two notches, from "Ba3". It has therefore maintained Greece one notch before investment level.

DBRS confirms Greece’s investment grade and Stable trend

DBRS Morningstar confirmed on Friday night Greece's credit rating at BBB (low) with a stable outlook, having been the first major agency last year to restore the country's investment grade.

The Canada-based firm stated that its rating reflects its view that the risks in Greece are fairly balanced.