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Research and analysis on public companies and their debt instruments.

 

Highlights

  • 27 Mar 2015
    • North American corporate credit quality worsens as companies pay shareholders
      US investment-grade non-financial corporate credit quality will deteriorate this year because companies are limiting capital investment while paying more dividends and otherwise rewarding shareholders. Meanwhile, investor appetite for corporate debt remains strong. Investors and companies are taking their cues from elevated macroeconomic uncertainty, slow and uneven economic growth and expansionary money policies, including low interest rates ... Full Report
    • B3 Negative and Lower Corporate Ratings List Increases as Falling Oil Prices Lead to Downgrades
      The number of companies on the list reached a two-year peak as of March 1, and oil and gas companies are accounting for an increasing proportion of the list as falling oil prices lead to more rating downgrades in the energy sector. While since the list’s inception companies from the energy sector have represented on average 8% of its total population, at the start of March, 2015 they comprised 14% of the total, the highest percentage ever ... Full Report
    • New Kraft-Heinz owners will likely pursue more M&A deals after merger
      Management of the new $29 billion Kraft-Heinz Company, which will result from the merger announced last week of H.J. Heinz and Kraft Foods Group, will likely pursue new M&A opportunities once it achieves its efficiency objectives. The merger promises to deliver savings of $1.5 billion through early-to-mid 2017, but Kraft-Heinz will still face limited top-line growth opportunities without further acquisitions... Full Report
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