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  • 7 Apr 2016
    • Asian Liquidity Stress Index deteriorates in March to 32.2%; worst monthly result since March 2009
      Moody's Asian Liquidity Stress Index (LSI) rose to its highest – or worst – level since March 2009, reflecting the increase in Moody's-rated high-yield companies with the weakest speculative-grade liquidity score of SGL-4 to 39 from 38 in February. More generally, the index is elevated because of weakening trends in corporate liquidity acros​s Asia. Companies in the oil & gas, metals & mining and related sectors account for over 40.0% of the index’s SGL-4 scores... Press Release l Full Report​​​​​
  • 14 Mar 2016
    • Negative impact from China slowdown on Asia securitization will be generally limited
      In China, a slight increase in delinquency rates for the underlying loans in Chinese auto ABS transactions will occur, while i Australia, a moderately negative impact on the performance of ABS, and to a lesser extent, RMBS will be apparent. In Japan, the impact will be very minimal because of its small export exposure to the Chinese economy. And in India, the effect will be negligible…Press Release l Full Report
    • Outlook for Mongolia banks remains negative on challenging operating environment
      The negative outlook reflects the continued deterioration in asset quality and capital, while funding and liquidity will also remain tight. However, the pace of deterioration will moderate compared to 2015. In addition, domestic demand will remain subdued against a backdrop of tight macroeconomic policies and high real interest rates, and the greatest downside risk for the banks is a faster drop in commodity prices and a sharper slowdown in GDP growth in China…Press Release l Full Report
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