Standard & Poor's (S&P) has reaffirmed its AAA credit rating for the UK and forecasts the government's net debt burden will peak next year.
The ratings agency also confirmed a stable outlook for the UK, as it expects the government to implement the bulk of its austerity measures. S&P is more optimistic on prospects for the UK than the other...
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