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European Union - Netherlands - Sovereign & Supranational - Outlook


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  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
17 Nov 2021 Outlook Sovereigns – Euro area: 2022 outlook is stable given favourable economic and monetary conditions, but debt levels will remain elevated for many
03 Nov 2021 Outlook Sovereigns – Global: Stable 2022 outlook as economic recovery eases credit pressures, but long-term costs of the pandemic weigh on sovereigns
25 Mar 2021 Outlook Banking System Outlook Update – The Netherlands: Outlook returns to stable as operating conditions strengthen
11 Jan 2021 Outlook Sovereigns – Euro Area: Negative 2021 outlook driven by significant economic and fiscal uncertainty
26 Mar 2020 Outlook Banking System Outlook Update – The Netherlands: Outlook shifts to negative to reflect mounting financial hurdles from coronavirus
14 Jan 2020 Outlook Sovereigns – Euro Area: 2020 outlook negative as worsening global environment heightens exposure to shocks
11 Nov 2019 Outlook Sovereigns – Global: 2020 outlook is negative as unpredictable, disruptive political environment exacerbates credit challenges
23 Jul 2019 Outlook Banking System Outlook - The Netherlands: Profitability is under pressure, but high loan quality supports our stable outlook
08 Jan 2019 Outlook Sovereigns – Euro Area: Stable 2019 outlook balances still healthy growth and some deleveraging against political risks and structural issues
11 Dec 2018 Outlook Banking System Outlook - The Netherlands: High loan quality and resilient profitability support our stable outlook
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