Credit Trends: Fallen Angels In Emerging And Developed Markets, Including The U.S. And Europe: Fallen Angels Count In Line With Last Year?s Pace Jul 12
- Language: English
- Published: July 2012
- Region: Europe, United States
The tally of potential fallen angels increased by one this month to 66 issuers worldwide, with US$215.63 (-180.84) billion in rated debt. Potential fallen angels are issuers rated 'BBB-' with either a negative outlook or ratings on CreditWatch negative. In comparison, a total of 14 issuers are potential rising stars--rated 'BBB-' with a positive outlook or ratings on CreditWatch positive--with debt worth US$24.46 (-19.91) billion. Since our most recent report, we removed two issuers from our list of potential fallen angels. Both were the result of Standard & Poor's removing its ratings on the companies from CreditWatch negative and assigning stable outlooks. We also added three issuers to our list since our previous report--CITIC Pacific Ltd., Equity One Inc., and...
Companies mentioned in this report are: Universal Health Services Inc.,Greece (Hellenic Republic),Equity One Inc.,CITIC Pacific Ltd.,SLM Corp.
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Universal Health Services Inc.,Greece (Hellenic Republic),Equity One Inc.,CITIC Pacific Ltd.,SLM Corp.