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  • 24 Nov 2015
    • Illinois’ inherent credit strengths buttress credit position, though weighed by budget deficits and pensions
      Illinois’ (Baa1 negative) October downgrade positioned it as the only state rated below single-A, though it has a diverse economy and strong legal protections for general obligation (GO) bondholders. While inherent credit strengths do not create a ratings floor for US states at investment grade, Illinois’ governance weaknesses, structural budget gaps, and high unfunded pension liabilities could push the rating lower…Full Report l Press Release
  • 19 Nov 2015
    • Annual tuition survey reveals subdued net tuition revenue growth for US public, private universities
      Our annual survey finds US private and public universities estimate net tuition revenue will grow by inflationary levels of 2%-3% for 2016. A focus on affordability, increasing competition, and state limits on tuition increases for some public universities contribute to an expected new normal of low net tuition revenue growth. For private universities, the median first year discount rate rose two percentage points, to 48%…Full Report l Press Release
  • 18 Nov 2015
    • Cross-Sector Global: 2016 Outlook - Credit Conditions Stable but Downside Risks Increase
      Our outlook for global credit conditions in 2016 is stable overall, but downside risks are greater than a year ago. Four broad trends create varying credit risks, as well as some benefits, for corporates, financials, infrastructure issuers, sovereigns and sub-sovereigns, and structured financings: an eventual rise in US interest rates, low oil and commodity prices, China’s economic slowdown and persistently slow growth in Europe. Other emerging risks will arise from geopolitical crises, environmental challenges and declining asset quality… Full Report
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