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Markets  |  July 11, 2012 13:25:06

Fitch left the U.S. the highest rating of AAA


NEW YORK (MEDIAFAX) - International rating agency Fitch has left the United States the highest rating at "AAA", including a negative outlook. Informed about the night on Wednesday by Reuters.

The main reason, according to Fitch disagreement U.S. Congress and the administration of President Barack Obama regarding the reduction of the budget deficit.

"Uncertainty about federal tax and expenditure policies related to the 'fiscal cliff," is burdensome moment for the short-term economic outlook and increase prospects for the next recession, "stated in its preamble, Fitch.

"Fight" in the budget issue in the United States will start probably after the November presidential election and will likely continue early next year, despite the threat of tax increases and spending cuts totaling $ 500 billion (thefiscal cliff).

"The burden of government debt, burdensome economy will continue to grow and can impede growth if there is no agreement on the budget," said Fitch.

Of the big three credit rating agencies, the United States dropped the highest rating so far only Standard & Poor's, in August last year.

Tomáš Králíček, kralicek@mediafax.cz

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