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  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
08 Nov 2020 Sector Comment Credit Conditions – US: Biden policy agenda will shape credit environment for wide range of sectors
04 Nov 2020 Sector Comment Credit Conditions – US: Presidential election outcome uncertainty is unlikely to have significant credit effects
06 Oct 2020 Sector Comment Oil & Gas – United States of America: Biden energy platform poses credit risks for oil and gas companies
06 Oct 2020 Sector Comment Pharmaceuticals – Cross Region: Drug pricing changes are likely no matter who wins US elections
19 Aug 2020 Sector Comment Macroeconomics – US: Delay in fiscal support is negative for the economy and consumer-facing sectors
04 Jun 2020 Sector Comment Public finance – US: Social unrest and underlying inequality pose fiscal and governance credit risks
10 Jan 2020 Sector Comment Toll Roads – US: Protracted Middle East conflict with material, sustained rise in gasoline prices would weigh on traffic levels
24 Jan 2019 Sector Comment Public finance - District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia: DC region, usually buttressed by federal presence, bears brunt of shutdown District of Col...
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09 Jan 2019 Sector Comment Cross-sector – US: Extended US government shutdown would hurt debt issuers across several sectors
09 Jan 2019 Sector Comment RMBS and financial institutions – US: Government shutdown raises non-bank lenders' exposure to mortgage-delivery risk
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