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View details behind France's recent downgrade by Moody's, in FactSet's Country Synopsis report

Nov 20, 2012

Late yesterday, November 19, 2012, Moody’s announced that they were downgrading France’s government bond rating from Aaa to Aa1. In France’s Country Synopsis report, this change has been highlighted as a Key Event today. You can also view the economic data that played a part in Moody’s decision to downgrade, including factors such as unemployment rate, real GDP growth, and the historical debt/GDP ratio.


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