Agencies keep notes of debt ratings in the UK


Two of the biggest global financial ratings agencies, Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s, confirmed on Friday the outstanding debt notes from the UK, despite the uncertainty after legislative elections did not give rise to an absolute majority.

Moody’s said the uncertain outcome of the election is not a direct threat to the note “AAA” given to the country.

For its part, Standard and Poor’s confirmed the rating of “AAA” accompanied by a negative outlook.

The Conservative Party won the parliamentary elections on Thursday in Britain, but did not get the absolute majority and therefore can not automatically form a government, according to official results released on Friday in 615 of 650 sessions.

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