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  • 12 Jan 2017
    • Defaults for assets in Japan's securitization market will stay low in 2017
      Default rates for auto loans, installment sales receivables and credit card receivables backing Japanese ABS, as well as for the Japanese RMBS market should remain at around their current low levels during the next 12 months. The situation will be supported by favorable macro-economic conditions in Japan, including strong job market conditions, moderate economic growth, and the strong credit quality of underlying loans…Press Release l Full Report
    • Defaults for assets in Japan's securitization market will stay low in 2017
      Default rates for auto loans, installment sales receivables and credit card receivables backing Japanese ABS, as well as for the Japanese RMBS market should remain at around their current low levels during the next 12 months. The situation will be supported by favorable macro-economic conditions in Japan, including strong job market conditions, moderate economic growth, and the strong credit quality of underlying loans…Press Release l Full Report
  • 9 Jan 2017
    • Profit from Liberty Global’s European businesses to improve in 2017; its 2015-18 profit growth target still ambitious
      While Liberty Global (Ba3 stable) plc’s European businesses will see their earnings improve in 2017, the international cable communications company’s aim for a 2015-18 operating cash flow like-for-like growth of 7%-9% remains ambitious in the light of intense competition across markets. Elevated capex commitments on the back of significant network expansion plans in Europe mean the group’s free cash flow generation is unlikely to improve in 2017. In addition, Liberty is operating at the peak of its target leverage range for the group of between 4.0x-5.0x reported debt/operating cash flow...Press Release l Full Report
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