NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases a new KBRA Podcasts episode featuring Global Head of Corporate, Financial, and Government Ratings, William Cox, and Joan Feldbaum-Vidra, Head of Sovereign Ratings. This episode includes discussions on the following timely topics:
- Fiscal stimulus is key, given COVID-related setbacks, although vaccine breakthroughs are promising.
- “Low for longer” interest rates help curb risk.
- U.S. election outcome is constructive to sovereign risk, in general.
- China pullback is a risk to emerging markets, but liquidity and policy space are drivers.
- Brexit: KBRA credit views update.
- EU Next Generation recovery fund loans need to be tapped to maximize recovery.
“Do fourth-quarter dynamics matter all that much if a virus cure is on the way soon? We’d all be thrilled to throw the negativity out the window and start planning trips to Hawaii,” Feldbaum-Vidra said. “Balance this against the fact that we are still short 10 million jobs in the U.S., a steep hill to climb for the world’s most important economic engine.”
Stream the episode for free here.
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