Mexico Credit Rating

This page includes the government debt credit rating and outlook of the Mexico as reported by the credit rating agencies of S&P, Moody’s and Fitch. Credit rating agencies are often slow to respond to rising risk conditions. Sign up free to monitor Mexico sovereign risk conditions using MacroVar Advanced Financial & Macroeconomic data analytics.

DateRatingOutlookIndicator
29/04/2021Baa1NegativeMexico Credit Rating (Moody's)
17/04/2020Baa1NegativeMexico Credit Rating (Moody's)
15/04/2020BBB-StableMexico Credit Rating (Fitch)
26/03/2020BBBNegativeMexico Credit Rating (S&P)
13/12/2019BBBMexico Credit Rating (Fitch)
05/06/2019BBBMexico Credit Rating (Fitch)
05/06/2019A3NegativeMexico Credit Rating (Moody's)
01/03/2019BBB+NegativeMexico Credit Rating (S&P)
31/10/2018BBB+Mexico Credit Rating (Fitch)
11/04/2018A3StableMexico Credit Rating (Moody's)

Mexico Credit Rating Analysis

The credit rating signal from each credit rating agency for the sovereign debt of the Mexico and it’s meaning is presented in the table below.

S&PMoody’sFitchAnalysis
AAAAaaAAAPrime
AA+Aa1AA+High grade
AAAa2AA
AA-Aa3AA-
A+A1A+Upper medium grade
AA2A
A-A3A-
BBB+Baa1BBB+Lower medium grade
BBBBaa2BBB
BBB-Baa3BBB-
BB+Ba1BB+Non-investment grade
speculative
BBBa2BB
BB-Ba3BB-
B+B1B+Highly speculative
BB2B
B-B3B-
CCC+Caa1CCCExtremely speculative
CCCCaa2
CCC-Caa3In Default with small probability of recovery
CCCa
CC
D/DDDIn default

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