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After the capital increase and the agreement reached with the bank creditors to refinance its debt, PRISA goes one step further in its financing transparency by obtaining the credit rating of the Group from two internationally recognized agencies. Such agencies assign a rating of “B” with a stable outlook (Fitch) and “B-” with a stable Outlook (S&P), ratings that are in line with the ones obtained by other companies in the same industry.
Spain’s top Ibex companies see economic risks more likely to be external than internal
The new editor of the business and finance daily will also oversee PRISA’s news on the economy across the Group’s publications.
He takes over from Ricardo de Querol, who joins EL PAÍS
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The former prime ministers agree that Spain’s chief problem is that the rules of the game are being broken by the Catalan independence movement.
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