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- Governments, corporations and institutional investors are increasingly focusing on carbon emissions reduction, new Moody’s report finds
- Political uncertainty, regulatory changes, and country-specific event risks are likely to pressure banks globally in 2017
- The most likely focus for shareholder activists in North America is to push for board representation, new research indicates
- Fitch reports that investment managers expect macroeconomic market conditions to improve and that they’re forecasting low default rates in 2017
- Canadian companies wait longer before they start raising funds, they raise less money less often and they raise less money, a new report finds
- Insurers have significantly expanded their governance, oversight and investments in cybersecurity, a new Moody’s report finds
- Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC World Markets Inc., discusses the probable impact of the Trump administration's policies on the North American Free Trade agreement and Canada’s energy sector.
- The sovereigns most at risk include countries with close economic and financial ties to the U.S., such as Canada, Germany and China, among others
- Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC World Markets Inc., explains why he thinks U.S. President Donald Trump will be a one-term president.
- Although Moody’s reports there were 10 defaults in January, the global speculative-grade default rate should fall to 3% by the end of this year