Moody's High on Baltimore-Washington Corridor and Its Localities
- Leveraging a Tough Economy to Improve Risk Management: How Credit Managers Can Take Advantage of a Difficult Economic Environment to Implement a Consensus-Building Credit Policy. Colina, Juan // Business Credit;Oct2002, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p62
Shows how credit managers can take advantage of a difficult economic condition to implement a consensus-building credit policy. Development of risk management protocol; Identification of risky customers; Enforcement of credit holds.
- A FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATING STATE-ASSISTED FINANCING PROGRAMS (1). Gittell, Ross; Kaen, Fred R. // Public Finance & Management;Sep2003, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p296
State-assisted financing programs provide both economic and social benefits but can also affect state budgets and credit ratings. State-assisted financing programs are often touted as programs for mitigating or solving financial market imperfections, especially credit market failures. In...
- An Analysis of Quantitative Credit Controls and Related Devices. Davis, Richard G. // Brookings Papers on Economic Activity;1971, Issue 1, p65
This article analyzes quantitative credit controls in the U. S. as of 1971. While public discussion of credit controls seems to have waned with the restoration of easier conditions in financial markets, an examination of their economic consequences appears worthwhile for at least three reasons....
- Card spending falters. // Credit Management;Jan1998, p13
Reports on the 16% growth in card spending among British consumers in October 1997. Factors cited as contributory to the slow down in car spending.
- MALAYSIA. // Accountancy;Feb1998, Vol. 121 Issue 1254, p81
Reports on the British government's announcement of increases in monetary limits and fees under the Consumer Credit Act. Increase of the upper limit for regulated credit and hire agreements.
- At A Glance WORLDWIDE CREDIT CONDITIONS. Hansen, Fay // Business Credit;Oct2003, Vol. 105 Issue 9, p61
Presents charts depicting worldwide credit conditions as of October 2003.
- THE CREDIT SYSTEM OF THE PLANNED ECONOMIES IN TRANSFORMATION. Zwass, Adam // Eastern European Economics;Summer77, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p17
Compares the different monetary and credit systems of planned economies in Eastern Europe. Function of a financing and credit system in a planned economy; Description of the reformed finance and credit system in Russia; Factors that have affected the credit system in Hungary.
- Credit crunch worst since Depression; could it worsen? Merx, Katie // Crain's Detroit Business;8/19/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 33, p6
Focuses on the view of the analysts on the credit stress of the businessmen during the second quarter of the season in the U.S. Effect of business credit on the economy; Increase on the failure of the companies; Status of company sales.
- Goodbye, commercial loans. Hello, secularization. // ABA Banking Journal;Jun87, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p106
Focuses on securitized credit in the U.S. Economics of securitized credit; Liquidity of securitized credit; Risks of securitized credit. INSET: Lenders tell their needs from annual reports.