Why has Australian states’ outlook been downgraded from ‘stable’ to ‘negative’?

Ross Greenwood speaks to Moody’s senior credit officer John Manning as one of the world’s biggest rating agency has downgraded the outlook of the credit ratings for state governments from “stable” to “negative”.

Interview with: John Manning, Senior Credit Officer, Moody’s

Image source: 2GB

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