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Min Ye
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  • 10 Aug 2015
    • Declining Chinese coal demand exacerbates pressure on Australian miners
      The ongoing decline in thermal coal prices is weakening the financial strength of Australia's thermal coal mining and mining services companies, at a time when they are already struggling with low prices across other major commodities. At the same time, cost-cutting initiatives have softened, but not fully offset, the impact of weak prices on margins... Press Release l Full Report​​​​​​​
  • 23 Jun 2015
    • Outlook for Indonesia's banking system remains stable because of strong profitability and capital buffers
      Non-performing loans will likely rise, given Indonesia's slowing economic growth. Nonetheless, the country's banks are well-positioned to withstand any deterioration in asset quality, and corporate and household balance sheets remain healthy. In addition, the banks' liquidity profiles should remain stable over the next 12-18 months, given that loan growth will slow…Press Release l Full Report
  • 3 Jun 2015
    • Chinese government’s high rail investment levels for 2016-2020 to support GDP and rail-related companies
      The Chinese government will play an active role in helping rail-related companies execute their expansion plans both at home and abroad. As China’s economy rebalances, rail investment will become increasingly important for growth, and we estimate rail spending is likely to be sustained at a high level over the next five years. Rail companies will explore new funding channels and government support remains key…Press Release l Full Report
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