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Global macroeconomic conditions will remain stable in 2022, easing sovereign credit pressures
November 8th 2021 (16.18 mins)
Colin Ellis of the Credit Strategy & Research team and Anne Van Praagh of the Sovereign team discuss the outlook for the global economy and sovereign credit in 2022 as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic ebb. They also outline the growing importance of social risks, particularly income inequality, for countries across the globe. ​
Global credit conditions will stabilize in 2022 as COVID-19 uncertainties ease
​​Steadying economic activity will enhance the credit quality of debt issuers overall in 2022, although leverage risks will remain high. Major credit themes for the year will include the economic reshaping spurred by pandemic disruption, debt sustainability, policy shifts, the impact of new technologies, carbon transition, and inequality and social risk. ​