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Fitch Commentary on Brazil’s Outlook Revision
Shelly Shetty explains the factors that led the agency to revise Brazil’s Rating Outlook to Negative on April 9 and some of the considerations that will be taken into account when determining the country’s future rating trajectory. CC/subtitles
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Fitch Ratings Marks APAC Milestone with China Onshore Rating Agency
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US States Eye Midterm Election Outcomes
The November 6 midterm elections will determine who will lead states in the coming years, with voters deciding the fate of wide-ranging initiatives relevant for state credit.
2018 Asia Corporates Roundtable
Asia corporates analysts discuss some of Fitch’s 2019 sector outlooks, as well as trade tensions, tighter credit conditions, local currency depreciation and commodity price trends, among other issues affecting corporates in the region. Chaptered.
USMCA Mitigates Risk for Mexico’s Financial Institutions
The tentative new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which updates NAFTA, should reduce broad macro and financial uncertainties related to trade protectionism for Mexican banks.
IIF Emerging & Frontier Markets- Keynote Interview - Joaquim Levy (World Bank) and Sonja Gibbs (IIF)
At the Emerging & Frontier Forum held last month in New York, World Bank Group Managing Director and CFO Joaquim Levy emphasized the need for focusing on human capital and sustainable infrastructure to improve productivity and bring social stability.
2019 Credit Outlook Conferences - See it all come together in January 2019.
The 2019 Credit Outlook Conferences showcase the full breadth of Fitch Ratings’ research and analytical expertise spanning the globe. See it all come together in January 2019. Register now.
IIF Emerging & Frontier Markets - Keynote Interview - Arturo Herrera (Incoming Deputy Secretary, Mexico’s Ministry of Finance) and Dan Keeler (WSJ)
Arturo Herrera, Incoming Deputy Secretary for Mexico’s Ministry of Finance, discusses the incoming AMLO administration’s economic policies, plans to develop Mexico, and the impact of emerging market and trade volatility with Dan Keeler of the WSJ.
Latin America Sovereign Roundtable - September 2018
Co-Head of the Americas Sovereign Group Charles Seville is joined by LatAm sovereign analysts Todd Martinez, Richard Francis & Kelli Bissett-Tom to discuss the prospects for LatAm under new leadership and changing global financing & trade conditions.
China's Non-Bank Consumer Lenders Face Challenges
The excessive growth of China's non-bank consumer lending raises risks to financial stability.
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