25 Jun 2019|Moody's Investors Service
Declining investor confidence puts more strain on domestic issuers that depend heavily on external capital.The independence of the central bank, as well as the government's unwillingness or inability to implement policies that will sustain external investors' confidence, remain a concern.
17 Jun 2019|Moody's Investors Service
Mexico’s policy framework is weakening in two key respects with potential negative implications for growth and debt. Unpredictable policymaking is undermining investor confidence and medium-term economic prospects.
Global Macro Outlook 2019-20 (June 2019 Update); Global growth prospects at risk from increasingly uncertain US trade policy
06 Jun 2019|Moody's Investors Service
Recent escalation in US-China tensions has clouded the global economic outlook, and risks of a sharper slowdown have risen. In the event of a significant global deceleration, advanced industrial G-20 economies have limited monetary and fiscal policy space for stimulating global aggregate demand.
Government of Israel: Israel’s new elections will prolong political uncertainty and delay fiscal consolidation
05 Jun 2019|Moody's Investors Service
On 30 May, Israel’s parliament, for the first time in its history, voted to dissolve itself before a government formed, resulting in new general elections on 17 September. Fresh elections will prolong Israel’s political uncertainty and reform inertia, as well as delay budgetary consolidation.