South China Sea: APAC Geopolitical Risks Rise But Not a Ratings Driver Yet

Newsroom24x7 Desk Singapore/Hong Kong: Maritime disputes in the South China Sea underscore the growing importance of geopolitics in shaping the international policy agenda of countries in the Asia Pacific. Fitch Ratings believes shifts in the regional and global balance of power mean geopolitical risks will remain prevalent in the long term. These risks have the potential… Read More South China Sea: APAC Geopolitical Risks Rise But Not a Ratings Driver Yet

Brexit result broadly credit negative for most UK sectors: Fitch

Newsroom24x7 Staff London: The “Leave” result in the UK referendum on membership of the European Union is credit negative for most sectors in the UK, due to weaker medium-term growth and investment prospects and uncertainty about future trade arrangements, Fitch Ratings says. Brexit will be moderately credit negative for the UK sovereign, Fitch points out… Read More Brexit result broadly credit negative for most UK sectors: Fitch

Recession in the United States?

Newsroom24x7 Desk New York City:  For an incisive perspective on 1.What is the impact of lower oil prices on investment spending for the global economy? 2.Growth expectations for China? 3.The Fitch perspective on monetary policy in advanced economies outside the U.S.? Listen: Recession in the United States? (9 minute podcast) James McCormack, Global Head of… Read More Recession in the United States?