S&P: Emerging Markets Issuers Stay Junk-Rated
- Companies Initiate Dividends. // Treasury & Risk;Oct2010, p11
The article reports on U.S. companies' response to investors' search for returns, citing 10 companies in the Standard and Poor's (S&P) 500 who have initiated dividends in 2010.
- Downgrades Outpace Upgrades in Emerging Markets. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;10/28/2013, p24
The article reports on the downgrades given by rating agency Standard & Poor's to emerging market issuers in the third quarter of 2013. A total of 34 issuers have been downgraded, which represent around 36 billion dollars in rated debt. Latin America has 20 downgrades, a downgrade ratio of 61%...
- S&P: Corporate Default Count Hits High. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;12/14/2009, Vol. 20 Issue 50, p12
The article focuses on a report issued by Standard & Poor's which found that the number of global corporate default count has increased to 251 issuers.As of 2009 183 of the 251 default issuers came from the U.S. while 35 are from emerging markets, 18 from Europe and the remaining 15 from...
- Investors shift to emerging markets. Munro, Caroline // Money Management;1/28/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p6
The article reports on the result of the global equities regional sector review conducted by the Standard & Poor's Corp. depicting a decreasing demand for funds with an exposure to developed markets as investor seeks for emerging market growths.
- Developed and emerging markets fall. Kennedy, Chris // Money Management;7/14/2011, Vol. 25 Issue 26, p9
The article reports that developed global equity markets have declined by 1.79 per cent whereas emerging markets fell at 2.06 per cent, according to the Standard and Poor's Corp. (S&P) Global Broad Market Index.
- S&P: Potential Upgrades at a Low Point. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;11/21/2011, p9
The article reports that Standard & Poor is reviewing a total of 267 companies for possible upgrade, the number of which has been gradually declining since May 2011.
- S&P: Corporate Default Count Hits High. Sheahan, Matthew // Mergers & Acquisitions Report;12/14/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 50, p23
The focuses on a report by Standard & Poor's, which revealed an increase in global corporate defaults to 251 issuers. The count is deemed the highest since S&P started tracking defaults in 1981 and is approximately 2.5 times the default level in 2008. Most of the defaults came from the U.S.,...
- Asia Pacific: Buoyant outlook for non-life insurance - S&P. // Asia Insurance Review;Apr2010, p14
The article presents the ratings of Standard & Poor's (S&P) for the non-life insurers in Asia Pacific. S&P has projected a high double-digit growth in the developing markets of India and China in 2010 with stagnant growth for Japan and Taiwan. It notes that S&P's credit analyst Paul Clarkson...
- S&P: Potential Upgrades Reach Low Point. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;12/19/2011, p4
The article reports on a decline in the number of rated companies with the potential for a rating upgrade in 2011, according to Standard & Poor's.