El Salvador President Nayib Bukele took on Twitter on Sunday, January 17, responding to a warning from rating agency Moody’s. However, Moody’s has confirmed that the Central American country’s ratings remain unchanged. President Nayib Bukele Tweeted: “BREAKING: EL SALVADOR DGAF” which means “don’t give a fuck”. President Bukele was responding to a tweet from Investing.com.
Moody’s, a popular financial credit rating business has downgraded El Salvador’s long-term foreign-currency issuer and senior unsecured ratings to Caa1 from B3. The rating group also lowered El Salvador’s foreign-currency country ceiling to B2 from B1. It said the current outlook remains negative towards the small Central American nation. Moody’s cited two key reasons for
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