Recent publications: Outlook changed to negative and impact of ‘no-deal’ Brexit

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19 Mar 2019|Moody's Investors Service

Asian exports have slowed substantially in recent months. Our new report identifies APAC countries that are most vulnerable to slower Chinese growth, driven by both external and domestic factors – as well as those that stand to benefit from longer-term shifts in investment and trade connections.

18 Mar 2019|Moody's Investors Service

Numerous cities have taken steps to curb costs of other post-employment benefits (OPEB), but most cost-containment strategies will take years to provide substantial savings. And, where rising OPEB expenses are not addressed, they threaten to curtail other spending priorities.

18 Mar 2019|Moody's Investors Service

US consumption will likely remain steady over the next quarter, while household leverage will stay contained. In the housing market, home price appreciation and sales have begun to slow, in large part reflecting declining affordability.

15 Mar 2019|Moody's Investors Service

We believe the MAX program will ultimately overcome the near-term challenges it now faces as a result of the two accidents. The model's safety is rightly being questioned, but we do not anticipate wholesale cancellations of orders.

19 Mar 2019|Moody's Investors Service

The gradual increase in China’s government and broad public-sector debt, as announced during the recent National People’s Congress, is in line with our expectations. However, if the current fiscal easing were to herald a broader-based and more sustained shift in overall fiscal support for the economy, this has the potential to weigh on China’s sovereign credit profile.

15 Mar 2019|Moody's Investors Service

After a series of contentious parliamentary votes, it is now likely that the UK’s exit from the European Union will be delayed. However, the uncertainty over what form Brexit will eventually take remains high and will continue to weigh on investment, hiring and spending decisions – a credit negative for UK-based issuers.

11 Mar 2019|Moody's Investors Service

The stalling recovery in auto sales on the back of slowing global economic growth, rising political risk, rapid technological changes and stricter environmental regulation has turned the outlook negative for the global automakers into 2020. Sales may recover slightly in the second half of 2019 as incentives in China boost demand.

Moody's Credit Outlook

Fidelity National's planned acquisition of Worldpay is credit positive 

Deustche Bank-Commerzbank merger's credit effects would depend on the deal structure and execution

Severe cyberattack forces Norsk Hydro's operations into partial manual mode, a credit negative

Source: Moody's Investors Service
Weekly Market Outlook

Riskier Outlook May Slow Corporate Debt Growth in 2019

The week ahead – US, Europe, Asia-Pacific 

U.S. Upgrades Account for Vast Majority of Affected Debt

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