Russia’s invasion of Ukraine poses varying levels of credit risk for a number of sectors across Europe. Moody’s is monitoring the situation and updating the market on credit implications as the crisis evolves.
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The Ups and Downs of 2022 (And What Will Likely Happen in 2023)
Macroeconomic variables and various markets and rates followed a volatile path throughout 2022; despite declining consumer sentiment and fears of a recession – it does not look like we ran into a downturn last year. But what are the prospects for 2023? What kind of risks remain, where are the opportunities, and how did this all play out in terms of performance metrics for multifamily and CRE income and capital market drivers?
Credit loss forecasting models are only as effective as the data on which they were built, and few, if any, were designed to capture the effects a sudden pandemic would unleash on the U.S. economy. In times like this, how are financial institutions determining the right amount to set aside for future credit losses? In this discussion, panelists presented a case study on an approach to quantitatively model credit risk in a range of economic scenarios, and adjust the results to capture information that models may not consider.
In this webinar, panelists discussed the impact of COVID-19 on the hospitality sector. As economic reopening ensues – and as reinfection rates rise – what are the short- and long-term prospects for hotel properties? What are the segments of the hospitality industry that are seeing near-term recovery vs. those that will take longer to recover?
Distress in debt markets for multifamily and commercial real estate is unfolding at a much faster pace, given the dynamics of the COVID-19 crisis. Still, distress appears to be following a specific pattern for particular property types. The CMBS market offers the most transparent, generally accessible picture, of how the status of loans supported by different CRE sectors is changing. In this session, we discussed the mechanics of distress in the CRE debt markets, and offer insights into what's next as economic reopening efforts ensue.
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