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Liquidity for rated EMEA nonfinancial companies generally resilient to geopolitical risks
June 19th 2018 (5.38mins)
Philipp Lotter and Richard Morawetz
In this episode of Moody's Talks Corporate Finance, Philipp Lotter, Co-Head of EMEA Corporate Finance, and Richard Morawetz, Group Credit Officer in Credit Strategy & Standards, discuss the continued liquidity strength of EMEA non-financial companies. They outline how liquidity weakness is more prevalent deep in speculative grade rating categories of Caa and below; and also how though geopolitical risks have come to the fore in some countries, for example in Russia and Turkey, and with ongoing Brexit uncertainty in the UK, that thus far rated entities in those countries generally exhibit good liquidity.
Non-financial companies - EMEA: Sustained overall liquidity strength, despite geopolitical risks
Some 96% of rated EMEA non-financial companies analysed have sufficient liquidity to meet their cash requirements over the 12-month period ending 31 March 2019 without accessing new funding​