The US-based ratings agency Moody's out with a note on the impact of the UK election outcome on the country’s credit ratings.
Inconclusive UK election outcome will complicate & probably delay Brexit negotiations, a credit negative
That's a credit negative
Expect fiscal risks to increase because budget consolidation will have a lower priority, also credit negative
Govt may now have to consider softer Brexit option, credit positive
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