Africa: Emergence and transformation
With the entry of several African sovereigns and large corporations into international debt capital markets and the corporate operating environment prompted this centralized source for Moody's research.

    01 Nov 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    South Africa’s high unemployment, income inequality and related social and political challenges have proven to be a greater obstacle to government plans to raise potential growth and contain fiscal deficits than we expected a year ago. We have revised our medium-term GDP growth projections for South Africa to 1%-1.5%, down from earlier expectations of a gradual increase to 2.5%-3%.

    04 Oct 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    Nigeria's banks and payment service companies will expand their products and increase revenue while cutting costs as usage of electronic platforms rises. Greater usage of e-platforms provides new channels of revenue generation and leaner cost structures for banks, which will support banks' efficiency and profitability.

    07 Oct 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    This compendium brings together Moody’s recent research on African sovereign, banking and corporate finance credit, including a focus on how liquidity is manageable for South African companies despite some pockets of risk, credit profiles of South African banks will remain resilient despite the weak economy and more.