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Investor survey: sentiment has improved, but many market participants fear protracted stagnation

Within the global institutional investment community, perceptions of the medium-term global economic outlook have improved, but the latest survey says many fear a prolonged stagnation following the economic crisis caused...

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Packaging Industry ‘Susceptible, But Not Immune’ To COVID-19 Disruptions: Moody’s

A new report by Moody’s has found that the packaging sector in Europe by and large has had low exposure to the COVID-19 pandemic, although some companies are more vulnerable...

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Moody’s: 4.8% decline this year, 4.1% growth next year at home

EU economies in Central Europe cannot escape the deep recession caused by the coronavirus epidemic this year either, but the public debt profile of most regional economies can withstand short-term...

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Moody’s: Europe’s coronavirus lockdowns cut consumption by a third

The coronavirus lockdown has stopped or postponed around a third of typical average household consumption within the European Union (Aaa stable), creating a contingent consumption deficit that will weaken EU...

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Moody’s is sure that the epidemic will slow down the growth even in the second quarter

It now seems certain that the negative global growth effects of the new type of coronavirus epidemic will extend to the second quarter, even if it does manage to stopthe...

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Moody’s: there will be no global recession, but the escalation of trade wars is a big risk

The global economy is not expected to sink into recession in the next two years, but the biggest global growth risk remains the escalation of trade wars – according to...

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Brexit – Moody’s: the missing British contribution in the EU budget can be replaced

According to the study of Moody’s Investors Service, published in London on Tuesday, it is expected that the best debt-rated member states of the European Union can continue to meet...

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Moody’s: Central and Eastern Europe starts 2019 in a stable credit situation

The EU economies of Central and Eastern Europe start 2019 in a stable credit situation, but they also have to consider that the external environment will be less favorable this...

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Moody’s: the external vulnerability of the Hungarian economy has declined significantly

The external vulnerability of the Hungarian economy has been reduced significantly. This is one of the pillars of the sovereign Hungarian debtor profile registered with a rating of “Baa3” –...

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Moody’s: Good growth prospects for the world’s largest economies, but there are event risks

The growth prospects for the world’s largest economic centers are particularly good for this year and for the next, although geopolitical risks, may heavily leverage regional credit market conditions especially...

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