Moody’s Offering Coronavirus Credit and Economic Research Free to the Public
NEWS | For Immediate Release
NEW YORK, March 9, 2020 – Moody’s Corporation (NYSE:MCO) is now offering its research and views on the credit and economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) via a dedicated website, available to the public at moodys.com/coronavirus. Updated on an ongoing basis, the site brings together insights from across the company, providing a resource for market participants to better understand the financial implications of the outbreak. The full content on the site, including access to Moody’s webinars relating to COVID-19, is available to the public free of charge.
“We recognize that during times of intense market volatility and uncertainty, comprehensive and timely information is imperative,” says Rob Fauber, Chief Operating Officer of Moody’s Corporation. “Moody’s mission is to provide trusted insights and standards that help decision makers act with confidence. To that end, we are providing access to Moody’s economic and credit resources to help our stakeholders around the world address the uncertain situation related to COVID-19.”
Moody’s has published over 100 reports and other content on the impact of COVID-19, on issuers and market sectors and geographies, including analysis from both Moody’s Investors Service and Moody’s Analytics.
The following are among the many publications available on the website:
• COVID-19 Pandemic Scenario: Known Unknowns – Moody’s Analytics Economic Research
• Accounting Spotlight: Financial Reporting and the Coronavirus – Moody’s Investors Service
• Aircraft Lessors: Outlook Revised to Stable from Positive on Coronavirus-driven Business Disruption – Moody’s Investors Service
• Peak Uncertainty: The Possible Effect of COVID-19 on US Multifamily and Commercial Real Estate – Moody’s Analytics REIS
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