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  • 27 Jan 2016
    • Developers' financial discipline a key rating consideration as China property sales growth slows
      Nationwide property sales growth will slow to 0%-5% in 2016 from 16.6% in 2015, as the effect of government policies to support the market was mostly reflected in the strong sales recorded in 2015. Moreover, financial discipline will be a key consideration in assessing rated developers as operating conditions become more challenging and because of their still high debt leverage, margin pressures and high inventory levels in low-tier cities…Press Release l Full Report
  • 11 Dec 2015
    • Outlook for Chinese banks negative as operating environment and asset quality weaken
      The outlook considers that the overall creditworthiness of the banks is likely to deteriorate over the next 12-18 months, as the operating environment worsens and our baseline scenario now assumes a further moderation in Chinese GDP growth to 6.3% in 2016 from 6.8% in 2015. Against this backdrop, problem loan and delinquency formation rates are increasing and there is evidence that problem loan recognition has become less stringent... Full Report l Press Release
  • 2 Dec 2015
    • Performance of securitization markets in Asia (ex-Japan) to diverge in 2016
      Delinquency rates for structured assets in China and Singapore will rise because of the slowing Chinese economy. By contrast, performance in India and Korea will exhibit strength. At the same time, the performance of new and existing covered bond programs in Singapore and Korea will be strong. Collateralized loan obligations in Asia (ex-Japan) will continue to perform well in 2016, reflecting low corporate default rates in the region... Press Release l Full Report​​​
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