Moody's Analytics economic forecasts and scenarios provide the foundation for stress testing, "what if" analyses, and regulatory compliance, enabling you to evaluate the impact of shocks and differing assumptions on the performance of your portfolios and business.
Moody's Analytics produces baseline forecasts and standard alternative scenarios for more than 50 countries, as well as regulatory scenarios based on projections provided by governing authorities. Custom scenarios are tailored to your unique business models, exposures, geographic footprint, and assumptions.
Moody's Analytics constructs plausible narratives based on a deep understanding of key threats to the economy. Each scenario is fully documented, explaining what might cause a change in the outlook, relative to the baseline.
Scenarios are updated monthly to reflect the latest economic data and expectations, and they are produced by more than 80 economists with extensive expertise in macro and regional economic forecasting.
Reliability You Can Trust
Accuracy, timeliness, and exceptional client support are hallmarks of Moody’s Analytics offerings. Scenarios are supported by a dedicated team of economists who are happy to respond to your inquiries.
Expertise You Can Trust
Our experience and proven track record, coupled with detailed documentation and access to our analysts, enable you to leverage our scenarios with confidence.
Moody's Analytics offers custom economic scenarios, tailored to unique business models, exposures, geographies, and assumptions.
Moody's Analytics provides meaningfully expanded forecast scenarios based on projections provided by governing authorities for better stress testing.
Moody's Analytics provides baseline economic forecasts and alternative scenarios for more than 50 countries, updated monthly.
Leverage economic, demographic, and financial data, forecasts, and scenarios for the global economy.
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