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  • 24 May 2016
    • Bombardier and Embraer Loosen Boeing and Airbus’s Longtime Dominance of Commercial Aircraft Market
      We expect that Boeing and Airbus in coming years will keep the lion's share of the market for large commercial airplanes that they have long dominated, but they’re not alone anymore, with Bombardier and Embraer increasingly fighting for bigger pieces of the lucrative, high-volume narrowbody market... Full Report l Press Release
  • 23 May 2016
    • Second-lien debt issuance slows, reflecting investors’ jitters ; recoveries, already low, could get worse as credit cycle turns
      Recoveries for second-lien facilities – previously a popular debt instrument among US investors – could worsen as the credit cycle descends from its recent peak. Moody’s loss given default (LGD) assessments reflect an average expected recovery rate of just 21%, in the event of a default. This average is much weaker than the already low – when compared to first-lien recoveries – historical average second-lien recovery of 51%… Press Release l Full Report
  • 20 May 2016
    • US cash pile grows by 1.8% to $1.68 trillion, led by tech
      At the end of 2015, US non-financial companies that we rate held $1.68 trillion of cash, a 1.8% rise from a year earlier. Technology companies led by industry for the first time since our annual study of cash holdings began, with $777 billion, nearly half of total US corporate cash holdings. Technology, healthcare/pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and energy are the most cash-flush industries, with $1.3 trillion, or 71%, of the corporate cash total. Apple accounted for $216 billion, or 12.8% of total corporate cash in 2015… Press Release l Full Report
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