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Mark Gray

Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance
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  • 11 Feb 2016
    • Outlook on Europe’s steel sector turns negative as sinking prices eat into profits
      Sluggish-to-declining demand growth outside Europe and cheap Chinese imports will curtail steel prices for at least the next year. We expect that it will take at least 18 months for profitability in the European steel sector to return to close to 2014 levels. Russian steelmakers are better positioned to withstand price declines as the rouble’s depreciation provides them with a lower cost base... Full Report l Press Release
    • High-yield turmoil of 2015 to carry on as market volatility persists
      The spec-grade market will remain under pressure this year following a challenging 2015. Increasing spec-grade downgrades and defaults and widening credit spreads have raised investors' risk aversions and made it much harder for lower-rated companies to access funds. Less accommodative markets with tighter lending standards, along with continued energy woes and commodity weakness, will continue to push up default rates in 2016…Full Report l Press Release
  • 10 Feb 2016
    • Proposed Retail Sales Tax Will Crimp Polish Margins of Tesco and Carrefour
      Tesco Plc will likely be hit harder than Carrefour S.A. by Poland's proposed retail sales tax, which could amount to the entire operating profit of both companies' Polish businesses in the near term. The potential additional tax bill is equivalent to 0.9% of group-wide EBIT for Carrefour but 3.3% for Tesco. However, while credit negative for both retailers, the tax will not affect their ratings as their Polish operations make up only a small portion of total sales. Over the medium term, we expect that affected retailers will largely pass the cost of the tax on to consumers through price increases thereby maintaining their profitability levels from prior to the sales tax introduction…Full Report
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