Behind the Bonds

Connecting the dots on corporate credit
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Moody's Talks - Behind the Bonds


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December 1, 2021

GDP and earnings growth support stable regional corporate credit outlooks; drivers of stable outlooks for US, Europe retail differ

Ed DeForest, Richard Morawetz and Gloria Tsuen of the Corporates team discuss the stable outlooks for nonfinancial companies in the Americas, EMEA and Asia (ex Japan) in 2022, highlighting differences and risks among regions and sectors. And Christina Boni and David Beadle explain why Moody’s recently changed the outlook for both the European and US retail sectors back to stable from positive.
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November 15, 2021

Pandemic has altered landscape for speculative-grade companies and creditor protections

Our new corporate finance podcast series focuses on the market forces shaping credit across industries - from airlines to pipelines and computer chips to potato chips. In the inaugural episode, Annalisa Di Chiara, Richard Etheridge and Christina Padgett discuss the current credit trends in the higher-risk segment of the corporate debt market, highlighting regional differences. And (starting at 13:03 minutes) covenant specialist Evan Friedman explains how changing market conditions contribute to weaker creditor protections.
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October 20, 2021

Moody’s Talks – Behind the Bonds Trailer

On Moody’s Talks - Behind the Bonds, hosts Tania Hall and Jeff Pruzan join analysts from Moody’s corporate finance group worldwide to discuss the market forces shaping credit across industries - from airlines to telecoms and everything in between. These forces include the uneven recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, digital transformation, cyber risk, climate-change imperatives and much more. Please join us as we connect the dots on corporate credit quality.
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