Holy See (Vatican City)

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According to SWI method
(unsolicited, long-term, foreign currency)
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Outlook: n/a
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Last SWI update:n/a

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Credit rating - comparisons

The credit rating (long-term, foreign currency) of Holy See (Vatican City) according to the most common rating agencies (in alphabetical order):

Rating agency Rating
Fitch[12] n.r.
Outl.: n/a
n/a[4]
Moody's[12] n.r.
Outl.: n/a
n/a[3]
Scope Ratings[13] n.r.
Outl.: n/a
[2]
Standard & Poor's[12] n.r.
Outl.: n/a
n/a[1]


The credit rating of Holy See (Vatican City) according to the following rating methods (in alphabetical order):

Credit rating method Rating
Public Sector Credit Framework (PSCF) n.r.
Outl.: n/a
[5]
Sovereign Wikirating Index (SWI) n.r.
Outl.: n/a
n/a[6]
Alternative rating method Rating
Poll (Countries) BBB
Outl.: n/a
2012-10-1[7]
Resilience (Countries)[14] n.r.
Outl.: n/a
n/a[8]


See also: List of countries by credit rating

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Notes and References

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  7. See Wikirating 'Rating Method Poll (Countries)' (2018-10-15)
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  9. GDP = Gross Domestic Product, PPP = Purchasing Power Parity
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  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Accredited by SEC, ESMA and FINMA
  13. Accredited by ESMA and partly FINMA
  14. Please note, that complexity values do not represent default probabilities; a "credit rating" according to the resilience method represent the actual ability to withstand extreme events.