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  • 20 Feb 2015
    • Russia downgraded to Ba1/negative over deteriorating economic and financial strength
      The crisis in Ukraine and the recent oil price and exchange-rate shocks will continue to undermine Russia’s economic strength and growth prospects, resulting in a deep recession in 2015 and a continued economic contraction in 2016. The Russian government’s financial strength and foreign-exchange reserves will also decline because of ongoing capital outflows and a continued lack of access to international capital markets. Moreover, there is a small but growing risk that the international response to the military conflict in Ukraine could affect Russia’s timely payments on external debt. These factors drove our decision to downgrade Russia’s government bond rating by one notch. The negative outlook on Russia’s Ba1 rating reflects the potential for more severe political or economic shocks that would further impair Russia’s public and external finances... Rating Action Press Release | Credit Opinion
  • 12 Feb 2015
    • Oil exporting-countries have suffered largest economic shortfall in the aftermath of commodity price declines
      Our new report on the impact of commodity price falls shows that commodity-exporting economies develop in significantly different ways after such falls, depending on the type of goods they sell. Oil exporters suffer the biggest shortfall in activity after a decline in commodity prices, followed by countries that export copper, iron ore and cotton…Press Release l Full Report
  • 6 Feb 2015
    • Greece’s Caa1 sovereign rating on review for downgrade over uncertainty of negotiations with official creditors
      The Greek government’s ongoing negotiations with its official creditors over the terms of the country’s support program could have negative implications for Greece’s ability to meet its funding and liquidity needs. It could also increase the probability of the government’s default on its marketable securities. Our review for downgrade will assess the Greek government’s ability to secure its medium-term financing capability through an extension or amendment to its current support program with the European Commission, which would likely also allow Greek banks to maintain access to the European Central Bank’s financing facilities… Rating Action Press Release l Credit Opinion
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