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    •   Potential Downgrades Decrease As Apparel And Textile Businesses Face Increased Stress

      The number of potential downgrades fell to 618 as of June 30, marking the seventh consecutive monthly decrease after a peak of 737 in June 2016, as the apparel and textile businesses are facing increased stress. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Gregg Moskowitz, Associate Director of Global Fixed Income Research, discusses the key points.

    •   Potential Upgrades Remain Flat Amid Stable Credit Conditions

      The number of potential bond upgrades (issuers on Positive Outlook or CreditWatch with Positive Implications) at the end of June was virtually unchanged at 296 issuers, from 297 issuers as of May 26, 2017. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Gregg Moskowitz, Associate Director of Global Fixed Income Research, discusses credit and financing conditions among other key points.

    •   Latin America Monday Morning Roundup – July 17, 2017

      Covering noteworthy research produced by S&P Global Ratings analysts in the region, "Latin America Monday Morning RoundUp" provides investors with a quick credit overview to start their week. Director Cathy de la Torre hosts this weekly segment of CreditMatters TV.

    •   Retail Debt Recoveries Likely Below Average Amid Sector Challenges And Rising Defaults

      The secular changes roiling the U.S. retail sector are expected to drive more retailer defaults. In this CreditMatters TV segment, S&P Global Ratings directors Steve Wilkinson and Kenny Tang discuss why debt recovery prospects for retail creditors are below average and how these outcomes could be even worse if retailers liquidate.

    •   Supermajors Need Cash Flow Growth To Meet Rating Thresholds

      Ratings on the majors aren’t just tied to the oil price. In this CreditMatters TV Segment, S&P Global Ratings Director Alexander Griaznov explains why financial policies and cost savings are critical for the oil supermajors to bring credit metrics back in line with their ratings.

    •   信用力分析上の視点:国内企業のコーポレートガバナンス問題

      過去数年、国内外においてコーポレートガバナンスの問題に起因する格付け変更がみられるようになっています。信用力分析において重要な要素となる「経営陣とガバナンス評価」、そしてリスクの兆候を早期に認識するための注目点について、主席アナリストの中井勝之が解説します。

    •   Default Tally Hits 55

      The 2017 global corporate default tally increased to 55 after apparel maker True Religion Apparel Inc. and media and entertainment company Mood Media Corp. defaulted last week. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Gregg Moskowitz, Associate Director of Global Fixed Income Research, discusses the key points.