On the same day of the Diada, with the Generalitat of Catalonia busy in the mobilization against the State, a new solvency rating note went unnoticed.

It was in this case DBRS, the fourth in importance after Moody's, Fitch and Standard & Poor's and with a reputation for being the softest.

His verdict is that all debt issued by the Catalan Government continues to be a junk bond (as in the last eight years) and with a "stable trend".

That is, it does not

foresee an improvement in solvency even despite the ingenuity

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