S&P maintains Israel's credit rating, despite doubled deficit
All along Standard & Poor’s had suspected Israel's deficit estimates were wonky, so it had assumed a deficit of 4% anyway.
Standard & Poor's won't be downgrading Israel's sovereign credit rating even though the government deficit ran roughly double the initial estimate. The credit rating agency had assumed the government's estimates were off all along, it seems.
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