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06 Dec 2021|Moody's Investors Service

We expect the aggregate EBITDA of the global shipping industry to decline in 2022 after a stellar performance this year, but to stay well above pre-pandemic levels. Demand for container and dry-bulk shipping services will remain robust, while the tanker market will be weak but steady, with a limited supply of new vessels.

18 Nov 2021|Moody's Corporation

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03 Dec 2021|Moody's Investors Service

Global hospitality EBITDA will surge 35%-40% in 2022 before easing as conditions gradually normalize. This high, broad range reflects how the industry is rebounding from a very low base in 2020, making growth rates exponentially higher. 

02 Dec 2021|Moody's Investors Service

The credit quality and performance of European residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) and consumer asset-backed securities (ABS) will continue to normalize alongside improvements in most economies across Europe. However, the performance of small and midsize enterprise ABS and nonperforming loan securitisations, the sectors hardest hit by the pandemic over the past 18 months, will remain at heightened risk of deterioration.

02 Dec 2021|Moody's Corporation

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06 Dec 2021|Moody's Investors Service

While the spread of new variants, including Omicron, will periodically weigh on bookings, they will delay, but not derail, the industry’s recovery in 2022. Any travel restrictions are likely to be temporary and demand will rebound strongly when they ease.

02 Dec 2021|Moody's Investors Service

The continued economic recovery will support banks’ asset quality and help keep loan losses low, and banks’ strong capital, loan loss reserves and liquidity will safeguard their credit strength. Risks to the stable outlook include a renewed global economic slowdown, high global debt levels and the effects of unwinding government and monetary support measures.

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LEG's debt-funded acquisitions will weaken earningsbased credit metrics, a credit negative

Entra's acquisition of Oslo Areal is credit negative, but offers significant long-term benefits

US consumer loans' strong asset quality starts to deteriorate modestly

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