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Corporates - Asia Pacific

Research and analysis on public companies and their debt instruments.



  • 8 Dec 2016
    • China's corporate deleveraging will have mixed credit implications
      The credit implications of the Chinese government's corporate deleveraging measures will be mixed for the sovereign, banks and corporates. For the sovereign, economy-wide leverage is unlikely to fall significantly in the short run. With the banking sector, non-performing loans will increase in the short term, but in the long run, the banks will benefit from improving corporate profitability. As for corporates, deleveraging will benefit companies with strong business profiles, but unviable companies will be cut off from credit supply.Full Report l Press Release
  • 28 Nov 2016
    • Outlook for China's residential property market stable in 2017, but regulatory risk remains high
      The outlook for China's residential property market in 2017 is stable, but regulatory risk remains high in light of the rapid growth in property and land prices. Growth in nationwide contracted sales -- in terms of sales value - is likely to be flat or slightly negative, against a high base for 2016. Next year will also see the continuation of industry consolidation, a trend which will favor large and financially healthy developers... Full Report l Press Release
  • 21 Nov 2016
    • Asian corporate credit quality stable on steady macro conditions and recovering commodity prices
      The credit quality of our rated Asian (ex-Japan) non-financial corporates will remain stable in 2017, supported by steady macro conditions, a recovery in commodity prices and adequate market liquidity. Leverage will also likely improve slightly across the rated portfolio in 2017, supported by moderate earnings growth, but will remain elevated. At the same time, we expect a continued trend of modest negative-biased rating actions in 2017, mainly because of still high financial leverage for many companies and also company-specific reasons.... Full Report l Press Release
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