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Default & Ratings Analytics

Moody's Default and Ratings Analytics team publishes Moody’s default studies, ratings transitions and ratings performance studies for corporates, financial institutions, sovereign and sub-sovereign, public finance and infrastructure sectors. DRA also publishes impairment and loss studies for structured finance sectors. Additionally, DRA publishes analytical research reports on topics that are of interest to broader fixed-income markets community.​

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  • 11 Apr 2018
    • Retail defaults reach a record high in the first quarter
      There were nine retailer defaults in the first quarter of 2018, the highest level ever, reflecting the fallout of changing consumer behavior and advancing e-commerce for traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.  Full Report
  • 6 Apr 2018
    • Factors differ substantially for corporate defaults in advanced and emerging markets
      While defaults for rated companies in advanced economies accounted for most of the corporate defaults in the past 20 years, advanced-economy and emerging-economy corporate default rates were similar during that period. Where advanced-economy defaults generally resulted from company- and sector-specific catalysts, macro-economic factors more typically drive emerging-economy corporate defaults.   Full Report
  • 19 Feb 2018
    • Global speculative-grade corporate default rate to decline to 1.7% this year
      We forecast that the global speculative-grade corporate default rate will decline to 1.7% in 2018 from 2.9% in 2017 as faster GDP growth in the G-20 countries, recovery in commodity prices, healthy corporate earnings and low refunding risk support credit conditions. Full Report​​
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