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Highlights

  • 28 Aug 2015
    • Moody's revises forecast for G20 economies' growth downwards to 2.8% in 2016
      We have revised downward our Global Macro Outlook for 2016. We forecast GDP growth in the G20 economies to average 2.8% next year, after 2.6% in 2015. The revision mainly reflects the impact of a somewhat more marked slowdown forecast in China and more prolonged negative effects of low commodity prices on G20 producers than earlier expected…Press Release l Full Report
  • 20 Aug 2015
    • Liquidity Stress Index reaches five-year high
      Lower energy prices and a spike in downgrades of speculative-grade energy issuers resulted in the Liquidity Stress and Oil & Gas indices reaching five-year highs of 4.8% and 12.2%, respectively. However, liquidity pressures are not widespread outside of energy with steady cash flows, the slowly improving economy, and ready access to the credit markets continuing to provide fundamental support for US speculative-grade company liquidity... Press Release l Full Report
    • Oversupply in Indonesian cement market to erode European cement companies’ profit margins
      European cement manufacturers face more aggressive pricing and lower profit margins via Indonesian subsidiaries, owing to oversupply in the country’s cement market. HeidelbergCement AG (Ba1 stable) and Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk P.T. (Baa3 stable) are the most vulnerable to pricing pressures. However, the current capacity ramp-up should stabilise and expected consumption growth should restore supply-demand balance in 2017-18… Press Release l Full Report
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