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Moody’s downgrade threat no disaster for Spanish banks as private market stays open

The Spanish sovereign and its financial institutions are unlikely to be frozen out of the debt markets even if Moody’s goes ahead and downgrades the country after on Wednesday putting its Aa1 rating on watch for downgrade. However, the move could prompt investors to tighten country limits causing widening secondary spreads.

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