Thursday, April 16, 2009

Taiwan stock market gains 41% in 2.5 months
but S&P cuts credit rating to negative

Taiwan's Credit Rating Outlook Cut to Negative by S&P

Bloomberg - ‎2009年4月14日‎
By Weiyi Lim and Janet Ong April 14 (Bloomberg) -- Taiwan's long-term credit rating outlook was cut to negative from stable by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, which cited concern about the island’s government debt burden and banking system.

The negative outlook reflects our expectation of a marked deterioration in the government’s fiscal position in the next two to three years,” Standard & Poor’s credit analyst Kim Eng Tan said in a statement today. ...

Taiwan market cheers liberalization, China ties
Forbes - NY,USA
By ANNIE HUANG , 04.16.09, 05:57 AM EDT Taiwan's 41 percent stock market gain since late January reflects measures the island's new government has taken to ...
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Optimism growing among Taiwanese investors: survey
eTaiwan News - Taiwan
Taipei, April 16 (CNA) Forty-three percent of investors in Taiwan expect the country's economic situation to improve in the second quarter of 2009, ...
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