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United States in Focus

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  • 4 May 2015
    • US growth likely to trend downward long term, implying rise in debt burden
      After above-trend growth this year and next, we expect the US economy to assume long-term growth that is slower than it was in the years before the Great Recession. The slower growth can support the US's current Aaa rating with stable outlook, although it will make the rating more vulnerable to economic shocks and fiscal policy changes…Press Release l Full Report
  • 29 Oct 2014
    • Social spending poses risk to the fiscal profile of the United States
      Without corrective action, mandatory social spending would weaken the current fiscal profile of the US government by the end of the decade and weigh on the Aaa stable rating. However, the adjustments in spending and revenue necessary to maintain current levels of fiscal stability are not significant. In addition, a number of policy options are available to stabilize debt and deficit measures… l Full Report
  • 17 Sep 2014
    • US rating outlook remains stable; social spending pressures build
      Numerous credit strengths keep the US government's credit rating positioned at Aaa/stable, despite deterioration in its debt position since the financial crisis. The most likely source of credit pressure, which is growth in the deficit from projected increases in social spending, is a long-term issue unlikely to pose a risk to the Aaa rating for several years… Press Release l Full Report

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