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Economic stability and record cash piles aid positive outlook for EMEA non-financial companies
December 5th 2017(8.33mins)
In our inaugural corporate finance podcast, Philipp Lotter, Co-Head of EMEA Corporate Finance, and William Coley, Group Credit Officer in Credit Strategy & Standards, discuss the driving factors behind the positive outlook for EMEA non-financial companies in 2018. They outline the supportive macroeconomic backdrop, including rising commodities prices, the stabilization of China’s growth, and the benign impact of US trade policy; whether the consistently positive views at the industry and company level will translate into upgrades in the year ahead; and the expectations for default rates for the sector.​​​
Non-financial corporates – EMEA: 2018 outlook turns positive as risks recede and credit conditions remain benign
Moody's outlook report on non-financial EMEA corporates highlights how a robust macroeconomic recovery across most EU economies, receding risks and continuing accommodative markets have combined to switch the outlook positive in 2018.​