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  • 7 Mar 2014
    • Default by Chaori Solar would advance China's bond market development
      The potential bond default by Shanghai Chaori Solar Energy Science & Technology Co. (unrated) would introduce greater market discipline and advance the development of a risk-based bond market, in which pricing reflects the underlying credit risk. It would also be the first default of a publicly traded bond in China's onshore market since 1997... Press Release l Full Report
  • 4 Feb 2014
    • Australian Mutuals: Competition for loans & deposits remains key challenge
      Competition and moderate credit growth will threaten margins and pressure some mutuals into increasing their risk appetites. In addition, regulatory and compliance costs will put pressure on the sector to consolidate. Nevertheless, the overall credit standing of Australian mutuals is likely to remain sound, supported by solid niche franchises and strong balance sheets… Press Release l Full Report
  • 28 Jan 2014
    • NZ's economy and finances improving, but challenges to creditworthiness
      After a prolonged, albeit mild recession and a series of earthquakes, real GDP is expected to increase 3% in 2014. The government's budget is forecast to be in a balanced position in the 2014-15 fiscal year and in surplus thereafter. However, challenges to creditworthiness include a continuing reliance on foreign savings to finance large current account deficits… Press Release l Full Report
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