The Brexit saga is quickly coming to a head, but it is increasingly unclear which direction it is headed.
Replay this webinar as Mark Zandi and Barbara Teixeira Araujo assess the global macroeconomic implications of the range of possible scenarios from No Brexit to No Deal. We use the Moody’s Analytics Global Macroeconomic Model to explore the economic fallout from Brexit.
Ongoing rallies by both the equity and corporate bond markets assume that any forthcoming rise by financial distress among businesses, households, as well as state and local governments, will be manageable.
As inferred from May-to-date's average 2.56-million initial state jobless claims per week, another outsized shrinkage of payrolls is likely following the loss of 881,000 jobs in March and the mind-boggling disappearance of 20.54-million jobs in April.
Across all rating categories, the recent $7.830 trillion of nonfinancial-corporate debt of North American nonfinancial companies rated by Moody's Investors Service was divided among $5.994 trillion of outstanding corporate bonds, $1.392 trillion of outstanding loans, and $444 billion of revolving credit facilities.
The COVID-19 virus continues to spread and the economic damage is mounting. Recorded May 2020.
With the rapid deterioration in the global economy as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Moody's Analytics presents an update to our economic outlook for the US & Canada.
Expectations of an unfolding upswing by business activity from a miserable April have lifted financial markets.
In March 2020, the issuance of US$-denominated investment-grade (IG) corporate bonds soared to a record $268 billion, which far surpassed January 2017's erstwhile zenith of $193 billion.
In this webinar, Mark Zandi and the Moody’s Analytics team answer wide-ranging questions from audience participants stemming from the economic impact of COVID-19.
April will be home to the most pronounced monthly shrinkage of U.S. payrolls since January 1939 at least.