Russia-Ukraine Crisis
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine poses growing risks to the global economy and credit landscape. Moody’s is monitoring the implications and updating the market on an ongoing basis.
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  • Sector In-Depth
    01 Aug 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    The credit effects of reduced Russian gas supply will vary by sector and issuer, with the largest effects on sovereigns and corporates.

    11 Aug 2022|Moody's Analytics
    Spreads, CDS Movers, and Issuance.

    Moody's Analytics
    New sanctions imposed on Russian entities and individuals affect supply chains, vendor management, and operations throughout the global business community. Learn how Moody’s Analytics can help you adapt to these rules in a rapidly changing environment.
    Macroeconomic and Cross-Sector Commentaries
    Issuer In-Depth
    13 Jul 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    An outright half of gas supplies would at least lead to a recession and higher fiscal deficits and public debt.
    Sector In-Depth
    14 Jun 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    Covid lockdowns in China and the invasion of Ukraine exacerbated automotive supply chain problems and will hurt vehicle sales for the year.
    Sector In-Depth
    31 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    Further energy cuts or cyberattacks are the most likely outcomes of escalating tensions with Russia, but credit-negative effects would be limited to the sovereigns most reliant on Russian energy. However, the unlikely scenario of a wider military conflict involving EU or NATO countries would have much larger credit effects for a wider group.
    Sovereign & Sub-Sovereign Highlights
    Sector In-Depth
    11 Aug 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    Although most countries could avoid rationing energy in response, all would feel the inflationary and negative growth effects of a European gas supply shock.
    Sector In-Depth
    02 Aug 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    Inflation in the EU has accelerated to levels not seen since the mid-1980s. Weak policy capabilities heighten risks of inflation becoming engrained in some EU countries.
    Corporates & Infrastructure Finance Highlights
    Outlook
    26 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    We have lowered our global growth projections and raised our inflation forecasts for 2022 and 2023 on the confluence of several negative factors hitting the world economy.

    11 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    In this episode of Moody’s Talks – Emerging Markets Decoded, Aurelien Mali and Kathrin Muehlbronner of the Sovereign team join host Shirin Mohammadi to discuss the sociopolitical ramifications of the Russia-Ukraine crisis for the Middle East and Africa by drawing lessons from a similar global food and energy price shock in 2008. Plus, they discuss how the conflict is exacerbating an already precarious situation in Turkey.
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    Financial Institutions Highlights
    Issuer In-Depth
    07 Jun 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    The Russian invasion has severely disrupted the economy and public finances. International support is forthcoming but debt will likely prove unsustainable, raising risks of a restructuring.
    Outlook
    26 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    We have lowered our global growth projections and raised our inflation forecasts for 2022 and 2023 on the confluence of several negative factors hitting the world economy.
    Structured Finance Highlights
    Sector In-Depth
    25 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    SMEs' relatively small sizes and moderate pricing power, combined in many cases with relatively weaker financials, make them more susceptible to market price shocks than large companies.
    Sector In-Depth
    10 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
    Facing current high inflation, central banks must anchor inflation over the medium term. This report finds evidence that inflation targeting has had an impact across G-20 economies.