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Offbeat Moody's downgrades rating from ABB electronics company

16:41  08 april  2020
16:41  08 april  2020 Source:   de.reuters.com

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Zurich (Reuters) - The rating agency Moody's has lowered the creditworthiness of the electrical engineering group ABB by one level to "A3".

The Swiss company has not been able to achieve the operational key figures required for the previous "A2" rating for a long time, Moody's said on Wednesday. This would add to the potential impact of the coronavirus shock on ABB's business. The outlook is stable. The restructuring of the group should lead to an increase in profitability. In addition, the expected proceeds of up to $ 7.8 billion from the sale of the power grid business should help maintain a generous amount of liquidity.

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