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Moody’s junks Turkish covered bonds after sovereign cut

Posted on 29 August 2018


Moody’s yesterday downgraded to sub-investment grade all the Turkish covered bonds it rates, including VakıfBank’s euro benchmark, after lowering the country’s local currency bond ceiling from Baa2 to Ba1 as it cut the sovereign from Ba2 to Ba3 two weeks ago...

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