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CREDIT RATING OF MONTENEGRO

29.12.2011.

Standard & Poor's: Republic of Montenegro 'BB/B' Ratings Affirmed; Outlook Negative On Risks To External Financing

On Dec. 13, 2011, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services affirmed its 'BB' long-term and 'B' short-term sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Montenegro. The outlook remains negative. Montenegro's transfer and convertibility (T&C) assessment is unchanged at 'AAA'...

31.03.2011.

Announcement: Moody's changes outlook on Montenegro Ba3 rating to stable from negative, affirms rating

Announcement: Moody

Moody's Investors Service has today changed the outlook on Montenegro's Ba3 government bond ratings to stable from negative and has affirmed the rating at its current level. The outlooks on the Baa1 foreign currency bond ceiling and the B1 foreign currency deposit ceiling were also changed to stable from negative...

21.07.2010.

Montenegro Long-Term Sovereign Credit Rating Lowered to 'BB' As Financial Risks Persist; Outlook Negative

Montenegro Long-Term Sovereign Credit Rating Lowered to

Montenegro continues to face large macrofinancial risks, exacerbating pressures on public finances following the sharp contraction in GDP in 2009, the reversal of credit stimulus, and the deterioration of the domestic banking system's loan book...

01.04.2010.

Credit Rating Agency “Standard and Poor’s“ published the Report on Montenegro Long – Term Sovereign Credit Rating.

Credit Rating Agency  “Standard and Poor’s“ published the Report on Montenegro Long – Term Sovereign Credit Rating.

On March 31, 2010, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services lowered the long-term sovereign credit ratings on Montenegro 'BB' from 'BB+'. At the same time, affirming the short-term sovereign credit rating at 'B'. The Transfer & Convertibility assessment on Montenegro remains 'AAA'. The outlook is negative. Montenegro's government continues to be vulnerable to indirect and contingent risks associated with the significant pressure on its real economy and banking system, and deteriorating asset quality...

26.01.2010.

Moody’s: Possible Montenegro’s sovereign rating improvements

Moody’s: Possible Montenegro’s sovereign rating improvements

International Agency Moody's up to July might change the credit rating of Montenegro from the negative to the stable one. The change in credit rating from the negative to the stable is possible to occur in addition to Montenegro to the four emerging European economies, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, if their economies recover from the recession and succeed in stabilizing the banking system...

26.01.2010.

Moody's: Emerging European rating outlooks may be raised

Moody's Investors Service said it may raise the credit outlooks on five emerging European countries by July as the economies recover from recession and their banking systems stabilize. Moody's may upgrade to stable from negative the rating outlooks for Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Montenegro, Kenneth Orchard, a London-based senior analyst at Moody's, said...

21.01.2010.

Montenegro has improved its position in the Economic Freedom Index of the Heritage Foundation by twenty six places

Montenegro has improved its position in the Economic Freedom Index of the Heritage Foundation by twenty six places

In the previous year, Montenegro has succeeded in improving its economic freedom by 26 placed in the Economic Freedom Index 2010 published by the Heritage Foundation, being ranked 68th out of 183 analyzed countries. Based on recorded reforms, the progress of Montenegro was recorder in seven out of ten indicators, and at the same time seven areas were identified in which Montenegro’s progress is beyond the world average. Based on the analysis of the Heritage Foundation, Montenegro is the member of the group of "moderately free" countries...

18.08.2009.

International Agency for Credit Rating Moody's, confirmed Ba3 credit rating to Montenegro from April 2009

Moodys International agency for credit rating affirmed its Ba3 credit rating to Montenegro from April. Montenegros Ba3 government bond rating and country ceilings are primarily based on an assessment of its low level of economic and institutional strength, limited by the countrys small size and the concentrated nature of its economy, says Moodys Investors Service in its new annual sovereign credit report on Montenegro. as stated in the Report, Montenegro is a relatively newly established country. Its economy is very small compared with the economies of other countries both in the region and globally: with a population of fewer than 600,000, and a moderate level of average income, nominal GDP is forecast at only $4.2 billion in 2009, making the country one of the smallest rated by Moodys...

24.11.2008.

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services affirmed its 'BB+' long-term and 'B' short-term sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Montenegro

The rating on Montenegro is constrained by vulnerabilities emanating from the countrys very high current account deficit and narrow economic base. External imbalances have been fuelled by robust growth of domestic demand amid the fastest credit growth among all rated sovereigns. Domestic credit has increased to 86% in 2007 from 20% of GDP in 2005, and is likely to reach 100% in 2008, although the pace of growth has slowed significantly this year. The ratings are supported by a strong budgetary position, the use of the euro as legal tender, and improved prospects for EU accession relative to other countries in the region...

22.01.2008.

Credit Rating of Montenegro: "BB+/Stable/B"

Credit Rating of Montenegro: "BB+/Stable/B" ...Download

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