Income inequality as a sovereign rating input, Italy flouting EU fiscal rules

1 - Moody's: Widening income inequality will weigh on US credit profile
Rising income and wealth inequality is a key social consideration that will affect the credit profile of the United States (Aaa stable) through multiple rating factors, including economic, institutional and fiscal strength, Moody's Investors Service says in a new report. While income inequality has generally increased across advanced economies since 2000, it is materially higher and wealth is significantly more concentrated ...


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