Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Fitch Says Greece to Default, Believes Will Be Orderly

CNBC
January 18, 2012



Rating agency Fitch said on Tuesday that Greece would default on its debt, although it said that such a default was likely to take place in an orderly manner.
The Parthenon in Greece
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"It is going to happen. Greece is insolvent so it will default," Edward Parker, Managing Director for Fitch's Sovereign and Supranational Group in Europe, the Middle East and Africa told Reuters on the sidelines of a conference in the Swedish capital. "So in that sense it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone."
The Fitch comments come after Moritz Kraemer, head of Standard & Poor's rating agency's European sovereign ratings unit, said on Monday Greece would default shortly on its debt obligations.
Parker said that Fitch believed that even a voluntary agreement by private investors to take a haircut on Greek debt would constitute a default.
"We have said for a long time that we don't think this PSI is the way to go and we would treat it as a default. It clearly is a default, however they try to spin it," he said.
Parker said the worst result would would be a disorderly default.

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