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  • 5 Nov 2019
    • Global Emerging Markets Chartbook: Coverage of emerging markets is expanding
      Pressures at sovereign level, particularly in Argentina and Turkey, had a meaningful impact​ on rating trends in global emerging markets over the past nine months. Downgrades outweighed upgrades across investment-grade and high-yield corporates.   Full Report​​
    • Most automakers not strongly positioned for transition to low-carbon future
      The median carbon transition assessment (CTA) score for 20 leading automakers is CT-6 on our 10-point CTA scale, with Tesla Inc. (B3 stable) receiving the top score of CT-1 for advanced positioning and only five other automakers receiving scores indicating strong positioning.   Full Report
  • 4 Nov 2019
    • Environmental and social risks weigh on credit quality for Latin American miners
      Latin America’s mining companies face environmental and social risks with respect to the long-term development of their production and resource replacement strategies. Brazil’s mining industry is heavily exposed to environmental risks, and Chile’s copper-concentrated mining companies face such environmental hazards as mine depletion, high energy costs and water scarcity. Environmental and social considerations heighten regulatory risk in Mexico, while conflicts with communities can raise costs and delay investments for mining companies in Peru.  Full Report​​
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