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21 Oct 2021|Moody's Investors Service

Systemic risks in the global financial markets will remain moderate over the coming year, but uncertainty around growth and inflation, regulatory tightening and an uneven recovery across regions will continue to generate market volatility.

21 Oct 2021|Moody's Investors Service

Chief Credit Officer Richard Cantor and Marie Diron, of the Sovereign team, discuss how the pandemic crisis has accelerated the increase in government debt levels globally and what it means for the broader economy.

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20 Oct 2021|Moody's Investors Service

China’s plan to achieve economic sustainability by addressing income inequality and social risks will have far-reaching effects for many types of debt issuers. A lack of predictability and clear communication around policy implementation are the key near-term risks, while potential long-term benefits include improved productivity and social stability.

13 Oct 2021|Moody's Investors Service

Gary Lau of the Corporate Finance team and Michael Taylor of the Credit Strategy & Research team discuss China Evergrande’s financial troubles and the credit implications for China’s property market, banks, government and potential spillovers to the global economy.

21 Oct 2021|Moody's Investors Service

G20 banks have $14 trillion of loans to sectors facing carbon transition risk, equivalent to 19% of their gross lending, with those in emerging economies most exposed. The banking sector will benefit from new lending and investment opportunities, funded in part through green bond issuance, as emerging green industries and technologies seek finance.

20 Oct 2021|Moody's Investors Service

A successful vaccine rollout and the European Union travel pass will increase arrivals steadily over the next few years, supporting economic growth and fiscal consolidation among Europe's most tourism-dependent countries. However, new variants and vaccine hesitancy in some countries increase the risk of renewed restrictions that would disrupt the region's recovery and elevate already-high debt levels.

20 Oct 2021|Moody's Analytics

Moody’s Analytics economist Mark Zandi and his team are joined by Joe Kennedy, senior principal economist at The MITRE Corporation, to discuss the different schools of thought about US antitrust policy and market competition, with a focus on large technology and pharmaceutical companies. 

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SEC’s approval of Bitcoin ETF is credit negative for Coinbase

Guidelines for managing climate-related risks are credit positive for Kenyan banks

Proliferation of cyberattacks prompts re-evaluation of cyber insurance risk

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