NDO - Moody's Investors Service lifted its outlook for Vietnam's banking system from 'stable' to 'positive' for the next 12-18 months, on October 31, according to the recently-released report on
Nhan dan - NDO - Credit ratings agency Fitch has revised Vietnam’s outlook from stable to positive and affirms the country’s ratings at BB-.
Bao moi - Moody's said on Friday it has affirmed the Vietnamese government's B1 issuer and senior unsecured debt ratings and revised the outlook to positive from stable.
Vietnamnet - Vietnam economic growth has moderated in 2016 to 6.2%, accompanied by moderate inflation and a strengthening external position.
Vietnamnet - Fitch has affirmed the long-term issuer default rating (IDR) for Agribank, VietinBank and Vietcombank at “B+” and for Asia Commercial Bank and Military Bank at “B”.
Vietnamnet - Many State-owned enterprises are seeking to divest from commercial banks this year, as forecasts for the local stock remain positive.
Vietnamnet - The Vietnam economy showed resilience in 2016 with GDP growth an estimated 6.2% bolstered mainly by robust domestic demand and strong performance in foreign sector manufacturing
Vietnamnet - The mood among Vietnamese analysts and investors is sanguine in the early weeks of 2017 after an overall solid economic performance report card for the Vietnam economy last year, say
Yahoo News SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's central bank has lowered its forecast for the country's growth in 2017 due partly to the fallout from a massive influence-peddling scandal.
En nexpress - But it has once again called for reforms to state-owned enterprises and fiscal consolidation for a more stable growth path.
The ratings agency Fitch on Friday downgraded Belgium's longterm debt rating one notch to AA-, citing growing levels of sovereign debt, but said the European nation's outlook was stable. Belgian
Europe's largest economy Germany is "on a sound upward path" for faster-than-expected growth in 2016 and 2017, its central bank said Friday, but remains at risk from Donald Trump and Brexit.