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Moody’s changes India’s outlook to positive, affirms Baa3 rating

Says economy will be supported by relatively benign global commodity prices and liquidity conditions

Moody’s Investors Service changed India’s outlook to positive, saying there was an increasing probability that actions by policy makers will enhance the country’s economic strength and, in turn, the sovereign’s financial strength over coming years.

Moody’s said it expected structural advantages, supported by relatively benign global commodity prices and liquidity conditions, will keep India’s growth higher than that of its peers over the rating horizon. 

The ratings agency affirmed India’s Baa3 rating.

Finance Minster Arun Jaitley told CNBC-TV18 that Moody’s outlook upgrade sends positive signal.

“The action was a result of reforms and economic policies taken by the government,” he said.
 

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Says economy will be supported by relatively benign global commodity prices and liquidity conditions

Moody’s Investors Service changed India’s outlook to positive, saying there was an increasing probability that actions by policy makers will enhance the country’s economic strength and, in turn, the sovereign’s financial strength over coming years.

Moody’s Investors Service changed India’s outlook to positive, saying there was an increasing probability that actions by policy makers will enhance the country’s economic strength and, in turn, the sovereign’s financial strength over coming years.

Moody’s said it expected structural advantages, supported by relatively benign global commodity prices and  

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