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  • 3 Mar 2015
    • Malaysian banks and property developers resilient to falling prices
      Macroeconomic conditions in Malaysia are turning less positive for the property market. Nevertheless, we expect a soft landing on still-strong GDP growth and demand from middle-income households. While delinquencies on mortgages and construction loans may rise, banks’ capital buffers and profitability are robust. Moreover, credit quality remains supported by prudent loan-to-value ratios and low unemployment... Press Release l Full Report
    • HK's tighter mortgage rules: Larger impact on residential than commercial sector
      Demand for non-residential properties will fall, but to a lesser extent than for residential properties. Companies such as Sun Hung Kai Properties and Nan Fung International will therefore face slower property sales and weakening cash flows, given their significant exposure to the residential market. By contrast, Moody's-rated property investment companies will maintain their liquidity profiles…Press Release l Full Report
  • 25 Feb 2015
    • Slowing Chinese demand will increase operating challenges for Asian steel companies
      Asian steel companies face increasing operating challenges in 2015, as Chinese steel demand slows. Moody's could change its outlook on the Asian steel sector to negative from stable if this slowdown persists. Regionally, demand will be flat in Korea and Japan, while India will post single-digit demand growth… Press Release l Full Report
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