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Steven Wood
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      The latest reading of 4.2% indicates that US speculative-grade companies continue to derive fundamental support from healthy balance sheets and low interest rates in a slowly improving economy. Meanwhile, investor appetite for higher-yielding debt remains strong, as evidenced by robust new activity this year…Press Release l Full Report
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      In the first of a series of reports, our Americas-based oil and gas analysts answer five of the most frequently asked investor questions about the oil and gas industry. Topics include "rating through the cycle," how low energy prices magnify credit risks for high-yield exploration and production companies, and flattening growth in the North American midstream sector... Full Report
  • 14 Apr 2015
    • Canadian spec-grade exploration and production companies set to withstand falling oil prices
      Canadian spec-grade exploration and production companies set to withstand falling oil prices Most Canadian speculative-grade E&P companies will be able to weather a period of low commodity prices thanks to their strong balance sheets, adequate liquidity and ability to sustain production without significant negative free cash flow. They will however try to avoid the need for new financing, as access to the capital markets will become more expensive and less certain... Press Release | Full Report
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