Welcome to the ninth issue of Credit Market Pulse, a publication for the credit risk industry which provides a holistic overview of the credit health of global capital markets.
In this issue we look at global corporate credit risk conditions, with a particular focus on the Automobile and Components sector.
- U.S. auto manufacturers and suppliers have managed to reinvent themselves, 5 years after a major crisis. Credit risk in the sector has remained low, with a median probability of default (PD) of 0.19%, (mapped credit score ‘bbb+’)
- An analysis of credit risk building within Industrials and Telecoms in the S&P 500® Index over the past 7 months
- How the showdown of the sovereign crisis in Greece, as well as other geopolitical risks, is affecting corporate credit risk
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