Slovenia Rating Cut to Junk by Moody’s as Bond Sale DelayedBoris Cerni and Agnes Lovasz
Slovenia’s credit rating was cut to junk by Moody’s Investors Service, forcing the government to delay its first international bond sale this year, intended to to ease a financing crunch and avoid an international bailout.
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