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Debt Sustainability


Research & Ratings

  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
24 Jun 2022 Sector Comment RMBS – Europe: Withdrawal of BoE's affordability test is credit negative for new loans, but benefits existing loans
20 Jun 2022 Sector In-Depth RMBS – Australia: Housing affordability will worsen as rising interest rates outweigh falling house prices
13 Jun 2022 Issuer In-Depth Government of Pakistan: FAQ on external vulnerability risks and the impact of political turbulence on policy Pakistan, Government of
10 Jun 2022 Issuer Comment City of Prague (Czech Republic): Prague's credit metrics remain solid despite debt-funded metro line
10 Jun 2022 Sector Comment Sovereigns – Southern Europe: ECB policy normalisation will not derail debt reduction but weakens debt affordability and fiscal space
07 Jun 2022 Sector Comment RMBS, Covered Bonds & Banking – France: Right to change mortgage loan insurer any time is positive for French RMBS and covered bonds
26 May 2022 Outlook Global Macro Outlook 2022-23 (May 2022 Update): Price pressures and financial tightening slow global economic momentum
25 May 2022 Sector Comment Sovereigns – Europe: EC extends suspension of EU fiscal rules, avoiding pro-cyclical fiscal policy, a credit positive
25 May 2022 Sector In-Depth Apartment Loan ABS - Japan: Apartment loans in rural regions pose more risk than those in urban areas if rates rise
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16 May 2022 Sector Comment Nonfinancial Companies, Utilities – Japan: Rated corporates have mitigants against yen's depreciation versus the US dollar
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