Spanish Treasury Official Says Cut by S&P Unexpected, NegativeMonami Yui
The decision by Standard & Poor’s to cut Spain’s credit rating was unexpected and negative for the country, Ignacio Fernandez-Palomero Morales, deputy head of the nation’s Treasury, said at a conference in Tokyo today.
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