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S&P, Moody's and Fitch rate the euro area

Banking » S&P, Moody's And Fitch Rate The Euro Area

For the intrepid data gatherer, Bankrate assembled a historical record of the credit ratings of the 17 European countries that share the euro. Data shown are from 2005 to the present day, according to the three ratings agencies: Standard & Poor's, Moody's and Fitch. Ratings are current as of year-end in all years except for 2012. Those ratings are current as of mid-October. Click through the tabs to see how each agency rates each country. Check out the key to learn what the ratings mean.

Fitch's sovereign credit ratings: 2005-2012

 Rating as of the end of: 
200520062007200820092010201110/12/2012
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