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Brexit risks to foreign covered downplayed by Fitch after UK cut

Posted on 6 July 2016


A downgrade of the UK by Fitch last week does not have a direct impact on the ratings of non-UK covered bonds whose cover pools include assets from the country, according to the rating agency, with rating vulnerability expected to be limited, given the low exposure of most programmes...

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