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  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
23 Nov 2021 Outlook Sovereigns – Commonwealth of Independent States: Stable outlook on economic recovery and beginnings of fiscal repair; pandemic and politics remain key risks
22 Nov 2021 Outlook Sovereigns – Central & Eastern Europe: 2022 outlook stable as strong economic activity and resilient fiscal metrics mitigate structural challenges
15 Nov 2021 Outlook Cyber Risk – Global: 2022 Outlook – Workplace shifts open new attack channels, while insurance costs rise and coverage narrows
11 Nov 2021 Outlook Sovereigns – Asia Pacific: 2022 outlook stable as growth recovers and debt flattens; rebuilding of buffers will determine pace of credit recovery
09 Nov 2021 Outlook Sovereigns – Gulf Cooperation Council: 2022 outlook stable on supportive oil prices, higher production; carbon transition momentum magnifies longer-term risks
04 Nov 2021 Outlook Global Macro Outlook 2022-23: Global economy will gain steadier footing although supply troubles, inflation pose risk
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01 Nov 2021 Outlook Credit Conditions – Global: 2022 Outlook – Global credit environment will stabilize as COVID-19 uncertainties ebb
31 Aug 2021 Outlook Global Macro Outlook 2021-22 (August 2021 Update): Global growth rebound solidifies while risks broaden away from pandemic
26 May 2021 Outlook Global Macro Outlook 2021-22 (May 2021 Update): Recovery solidifies in the US and Europe, while emerging markets face multiple risks
17 Mar 2021 Outlook Airports - US: Outlook revised to stable as passenger activity steady as COVID-19 surge wanes
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