Moody’s (MCO) has cut Portugal’s credit rating by two notches citing “subdued growth prospects” and high government borrowing costs. The rating agency downgraded the country’s long-term government bond rating from A1 to A3 with a negative outlook, implying the possibility of a further downgrade in the coming months. – FT
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