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  • 27 Nov 2015
    • Indian corporates benefit from strong domestic fundamentals, despite external pressures
      Healthy 7.5% GDP growth in the fiscal year ending March 2017 and a pick-up in manufacturing activity will be broadly supportive of business growth. However, rated corporates remain vulnerable to the volatility of the rupee against the US dollar and to low commodity prices, which in turn have led to a sharp decline in external trade… Press Release l Full Report
    • Indonesia corporate profits under pressure but likely to stabilize in 2016
      The profits of rated corporates experienced downward pressure in 2015, but will likely stabilize in 2016. Flat GDP growth of 4.7% in 2016, combined with recent government economic stimulus efforts, will help contain risks for the weakened corporate sector. And while liquidity -- although still robust for investment-grade issuers -- is weakening, refinancing risk will be manageable for most rated issuers… Press Release l Full Report
  • 25 Nov 2015
    • Japanese corporates to remain cautious in 2016 on muted domestic and global growth
      Japan's corporates are continuing with their cautious approach in view of subdued domestic and global conditions, and will broadly focus on cutting costs, reducing leverage and maintaining their credit quality and ratings. Nevertheless, moderate overseas economic growth should support exporters and global manufacturers, while lower oil and commodity prices will benefit importers and domestic companies, even if partially offset by the weaker yen… Press Release l Full Report
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