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    •   ¿Impactaría la renegociación del TLCAN la calidad crediticia de los estados en México?

      S&P Global Ratings publicó un artículo reciente sobre el impacto que tendría una renegociación del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Nore sobre la calididad crediticia de los estados mexicanos. En este segmento de CreditMattersTV, Daniela Brandazza, Senior Director, y Santiago Cajal, Rating Analyst, explican los factores crediticios clave a ser monitoreados.

    •   April Showers Bring Positive Bond Returns

      After seeing little movement in March, corporate bond returns rose across all rating categories in a news-heavy April. In this CreditMatters TV segment, S&P Global Senior Director Nick Kraemer summarizes the experiences of various corporate bond breakouts in April.

    •   The Global Default Tally Rose To 35

      The global corporate default tally rose to 35 so far in 2017 after three U.S. defaults and one Canadian default last week. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Gregg Moskowitz, Associate Director of Global Fixed Income Research, discusses the key points.

    •   The U.S. Has The Lowest Median Rating

      The U.S. region (including Bermuda and the Cayman Islands) has the lowest median rating globally, with more than half of U.S.-based corporate issuers rated 'BB' or lower. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Gregg Moskowitz, Associate Director of Global Fixed Income Research, discusses the key points.

    •   Global Structured Finance Downgrade Rate Falls To 10-Year Low In 2016

      The credit performance of global structured finance securities was positive in 2016, as upgrades outnumbered downgrades for the first time in a decade. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Andrew South discusses the highlights of our 2016 structured finance default study.

    •   Latin America Monday Morning Roundup – May 8, 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. Associate Director Alexandre Michel hosts this weekly segment of CreditMatters TV.

    •   Green Finance Ramps Up To Meet $1 Trillion Annual Climate Needs

      Sustainable finance is reaching beyond the labeled green bond market to new instruments and asset classes. A continued ramping up will depend on trusted benchmarks for investment in climate-resilient infrastructure, renewable energy and clean transport.

    •   Global Corporate Defaults Rise To 31

      The global corporate default tally rose to 31 so far in 2017 after a U.S. media and entertainment issuer defaulted last week. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Gregg Moskowitz, Associate Director of Global Fixed Income Research, discusses the key points.