Sovereign Debt Ratings of US, Britain, Japan and Eurozone
Sovereign Debt Ratings table for US, Britain, Japan and Eurozone by top 3 rating agencies of the world is getting worst every year since the start of financial crisis. More and more countries are accumulating higher levels of debt with increased unemployment accompanied by social unrest and stagnant economic activities. Among above-listed countries there are only four countries which have the best rating by all the 3 rating agencies, they are Germany, Finland, Netherlands and Luxembourg.
France was recently downgraded by Fitch with a stable outlook but it doesn’t look like getting better in coming years. Many of the European countries stand on the brink of default including Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain, Cyprus and Italy with most of them getting stable to a negative outlook.