Page i Chronistthey emphasize in their writings that "only four days after Fitch reduced Argentina's rating to negative, Standard & Poor's reduced the country's debt rating directly. The note was transferred to" B "from" B + "in a decision that is based on a worsening of the sovereign debt profile, higher inflation and lower growth forecasts. "
In this context, BAE at its headline warns that "debt will reach 93% of GDP at the end of the year and analysts warn of sustainability". The Economist He also devotes a secondary space to this axis. Argentina "is already the country with the highest public debt in the region," warns Volume inside