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  • 25 Aug 2016
    • Rising risks for Chinese local government SOEs as policy evolves
      The level of credit risk for local government state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in China is rising as the central government encourages a greater role in the economy for market forces. As a result, regional and local government (RLGs) owners are becoming more selective in their provision of support for their SOEs, and bond defaults among such entities this year is evidence of this change in the authorities' stance. Further factors affecting the level of risk include the economic strength of particular RLG owners and their administrative distance from the central government.... Press Release l Full Report
  • 28 Jul 2016
    • Most South/SE Asian rated high-yield corporates show mitigants against USD debt exposures
      A total 33 of our 37 rated non-financial, high-yield companies with USD debt have protections against a significant rise in leverage or contraction in EBITDA, should their local currencies depreciate up to 20% against the USD. Although the local currencies, which consist primarily of the Indonesian rupiah and the Indian rupee, have shown relative stability in 2016, we continue to monitor the risk of profitability declining, or debt levels and borrowing costs rising, if they weaken against the dollar... Press Release l Full Report
  • 1 Apr 2016
    • Indonesian banks' loan restructuring points to weaker asset quality, but buffers remain strong
      The banks will maintain their rapid pace of loan restructuring in 2016 as they deal with rising and spreading delinquencies, against the backdrop of a slowing domestic economy. While their rising restructured loans present a growing downside risk to the banks’ credit profiles, the impact of such loans is limited by the system's strong core profitability... Press Release l Full Report
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