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S&P confirms Kyiv’s ‘B –‘ credit score
13:46, 22 May 2017
S&P confirms Kyiv’s ‘B –‘ credit score

The agency forecasts decent budgetary indexes for the Ukrainian capital over the next three years

13:46, 22 May 2017

gazprom.ru

Standard & Poor’s, the international rating agency confirmed Kyiv’s long-term credit score on the ‘B –‘ level.

‘Such stable forecast reflects our expectations that Kyiv’s strong budgetary indexes and the considerable stocks of monetary funds will help this city withstand the uncertainty that is observed in Ukraine’s volatile institutional environment,’ S&P said.

The agency expects that the city’s debts will stay low; otherwise, Kyiv's current rank may level down.

Source: S&P

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