Vem aí nova onda de revisões em baixa das notações de dívidas soberanas, alerta S&P

With the increase in public spending in the vast majority of more developed countries, in order to face the health and economic crisis that generated the spread of the new coronavirus, the financial agency fears that a good part of the nations will suffer a decrease in their financing capacity. .

A S&P Global deverá avançar com uma segunda onda de revisões da notação da dívida pública nacional das economias de todo o mundo, reporta a Reuters. O chefe do departamento de análise de dívidas soberanas da agência acrescenta que até as economias mais desenvolvidas do mundo estarão sujeitas a descidas na avaliação à sua capacidade de cumprir as suas obrigações financeiras.

Depois de ter já descido a notação da dívida de 60 países este ano, mas maioritariamente economias pouco desenvolvidas, a S&P avisa agora que o aumento galopante da despesa com saúde, serviços públicos ou mecanismos de preservação de postos de trabalho deverá resultar em alterações à avaliação que a agência faz da saúde financeira dos países mais desenvolvidos.

The chief analyst at the sovereign debt analysis department recalls that the tremendous rise in public debt in several developed countries, which accumulated 15 to 20 percentage points of debt in terms of GDP in months, is a source of concern.

With 31 countries placed in an unfavorable outlook, the likelihood that a large percentage of them will see their rating updated to a lower grade is quite high. This group includes Australia, Spain or Italy.

Portugal manteve a sua notação em ‘BBB’, dois níveis acima do que a agência considera lixo, e uma perspetiva ‘estável’ em meados de setembro, quando a S&P atualizou a notação da dívida nacional.

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