International rating agency Fitch downgraded the issuer default rating US corporation McDonald's (IDR) from «BBB +» to «BBB», the agency said. Forecast - "stable".
"The downgrade reflects our expectation that total adjusted debt, or an EBITDAR, will remain in the range of up to 3,0 2018x year, and EBITDA to stabilize around current levels ... $ 9,4 billion.
Given the intense financial McDonald's strategy of debt reduction did not expect, "- said in a statement.
McDonald's total volume of debt is about $ 26 billion, Fitch said.
At the same time, according to the RNS, a short-term issuer default rating (IDR) McDonald's was affirmed at «F2».
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