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Moody's Talks - Emerging Markets Decoded

Episode 17
November 16, 2020

Credit conditions will be mixed across emerging markets amid uneven COVID-19 recovery

Inside this episode:

Analysts Sarah Carlson, Eugene Tarzimanov and Carolina Chimenti discuss the 2021 credit outlook for sovereigns, banks and companies across emerging market countries. The wide-ranging effects of the coronavirus will continue to be a dominant credit theme, along with still-weak tourism prospects, low oil prices and the rollback of forbearance and fiscal support in a number of countries.

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  • Tentative recovery for global emerging markets in 2021. While we expect a bounce in headline GDP growth, emerging market credit conditions will remain fragile and vulnerable to setbacks. Several important factors, including the ability to restore revenue and earnings and adapt to emerging opportunities and threats, will shape performance across regions, sectors and asset classes.
  • Moody's Emerging Markets Hub​ Bringing clarity to ever-shifting credit dynamics across emerging economies.​​