Moody's reduces to Catalonia and Murcia to bond sweepings by its high deficit

La agencia de calificación Moody's ha rebajado esta tarde la nota de solvencia de cuatro comunidades españolas por su incapacidad para reducir el déficit en 2011, sus problemas de financiación y la duda de que, ante el escenario de recesión y caída de ingresos que atraviesa el conjunto del país, puedan alcanzar el objetivo hasta el 1,5% del PIB a final de este año. El tijeretazo es especialmente acusado para Cataluña y Murcia, que han caído al nivel del bono basura.

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