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  • 28 Apr 2015
    • China’s regulatory loosening will ease property sales decline, but the market will remain challenging
      The latest rounds of regulatory loosening on residential property transactions will support demand, and alleviate pressure on sales volumes. At the same time, pressure on residential home prices will ease gradually through 2015, as developers manage down their high inventory levels.… Press Release l Full Report
    • Lower LNG prices will reduce costs for Korea's state-owned utilities, a credit positive
      Lower liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices will lift the profit margins and operating cash flows of Korea's state-owned utilities relative to 2014 levels, because the government is unlikely to match the falling input costs with lower tariffs. But the lower prices will hurt power generation companies because they will lead to lower wholesale electricity prices and narrow profit margins.… Press Release l Full Report
  • 21 Apr 2015
    • Most high-yield corporates in South and Southeast Asia can withstand sustained US dollar appreciation
      All but six of the 49 high-yield non-financial corporates that Moody’s rates in South and Southeast Asia with US dollar debt have mitigants in place against the risks from their local currencies depreciating by up to 20%. Twenty-five of the companies have nearly all of their revenues and operating expenses denominated in US dollars, which provides them with a natural hedge against a sustained US dollar appreciation.… Press Release l Full Report
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