- Language: English
- Published: February 2012
- Region: Great Britain, United Kingdom
Canadian Issuers Forgn Crrncy Outlk to Stable By S&P Feb 97
- Published: February 1997
- Region: Canada
- Standard & Poors
NY -- Standard & Poor's CreditWire 2/24/97 -- Following Standard & Poor's revision of the Government of Canada's foreign currency outlook to stable from negative, Standard & Poor's has affirmed its double-`A'-plus long- term foreign currency issuer ratings and has revised the foreign currency outlooks of the following entities: -- Imperial Oil Ltd., -- Municipal Finance Authority of British Columbia, -- Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, -- Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, and -- City of Vancouver. The following issuer ratings have also been affirmed: -- Triple-`A' local currency ratings (local currency outlook stable) of Imperial Oil ltd. and the city of Vancouver, -- Triple-`A' local currency rating (local currency outlook negative) of Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, and -- Double-`A'-plus local currency...
Companies mentioned in this report are: Vancouver (City of),Imperial Oil Ltd.,Municipal Finance Authority of British Columbia
Action: New Rating
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