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  • 17 Sep 2015
    • Eroding conditions in the energy sector keep Moody’s Liquidity Stress Index at five-year high
      The Liquidity Stress Index (LSI) remained at a five-year high of 5.1% in mid-September. The energy LSI spiked to 13.3% in mid-September from 12.7% in August, reaching its highest point since September 2009. However, the liquidity of other significant sectors such as technology and electronics, media, healthcare, retail, and homebuilding and construction is in better shape and has held relatively steady... Press Release l Full Report
  • 16 Sep 2015
    • Plummeting oil prices will squeeze oil and gas companies’ earnings, negative outlook will continue into 2016
      Global crude oil prices have fallen by more than 50% since mid-2014, putting a major squeeze on the industry’s earnings. While companies like Shell, Total and BP have responded by cutting capital spending and reducing costs, we still expect the industry to face a negative free cash flow position of nearly $80 billion in 2015, compared with $26 billion in 2014. We have revised our oil price outlook down several times since late 2014 and expect oil and gas prices to stay near recent low levels well into 2016, which will aggravate the industry’s free cash flow shortfall... Press Release l Full Report
  • 14 Sep 2015
    • Negative industry conditions to persist for global offshore drillers, weakening credit quality
      Volatile and low oil prices and continued rig oversupply will pressure offshore drillers through 2017. Most drillers will see dayrates, earnings and cash flows decline in the coming quarters as new contracts are signed at lower rates and rig utilization tumbles. As a result, absent debt reduction, financial leverage will increase across the board and remain elevated over a protracted period... Press Release l Full Report
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