Fitch Ratings

Fitch Ratings


Making the future a little more predictable through independent and prospective credit ratings, commentary and research.

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Fitch Ratings does not expect the coronavirus pandemic to result in immediate rating actions on rated notes issued by APAC contracted renewable energy projects. #COVID-19 

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Three weeks after the outbreak of the #coronavirus  pandemic in Latin America, it remains unclear what the ultimate effects on the performance of domestic asset-backed securities portfolios will be. Our analysts recently discussed the potential impact:

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The $10 billion in assistance for airports provided in the $2 trillion stimulus package recently agreed to by Congress, and signed into law by President Trump is unprecedented for the sector and will help to stabilize airport budgets

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Almost 40% of APAC corporates operate in sectors that have ‘Moderate’ to ‘High’ exposure to the effects of the coronavirus outbreak, and have ‘Low’ or ‘Moderate' rating headroom at their current ratings. #COVID19 

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Social distancing and lockdown measures reduce demand for new homes in Europe, especially from individual buyers, and will weaken homebuilders' liquidity in the next quarters

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Retail data breaches made news in 2014, but the risks may be greater when landlords get hacked

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Oil drop could pressure Austin, Dallas, Houston home prices, which have risen 20% since 2011

Increase in new football stadiums across EU could result in new investment opportunities

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Stable mortgage performance expected in most markets in 2015 -

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