S&P: Australia credit rating unlikely to be hit by coronavirus
S&P Global Ratings came out with the latest note, citing that the economic fallout of the China coronavirus is unlikely to threaten Australia’s triple-A credit rating.
Economic impact of coronavirus unlikely to negatively affect Australia’s sovereign rating.
Forecasts virus outbreak will trim 0.5% point from Australia’s real GDP growth in 2020.
Short, temporary delay in balancing government budget unlikely to strain Australia’s creditworthiness.
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