A world in transition
The world is in a state of flux. But what will 2022 mean for credit markets in this next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, with debt levels at record highs, inflation concerns increasing, cybersecurity risks mounting, supply chains shifting and investors increasingly focused on ESG issues?
#MoodysOutlooks analyze what is driving these changes, the credit risks and opportunities they present and how they inform our outlook for different regions, countries and sectors. We filter out the noise of the news cycle to provide key data and insights.
ESG – Global
2022 outlook – Amid new pledges, action on carbon, social issues to rise to the fore
Cyber Risk – Global
Increasing cyber risks are challenging organizations around the world to fortify their cybersecurity, particularly as remote and hybrid work arrangements create vulnerabilities to computer networks. Cyber insurance costs also continue to climb.
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2022 Cyber Outlook: Cyber risk evolves with hybrid work and automation
Cyber risk is rising and evolving in novel ways, which will continue to challenge global issuers to enhance and fortify their security measures.
Nonfinancial Companies – Asia (ex Japan) outlook 2022
Companies’ leverage and interest coverage are returning to pre-pandemic levels as earnings recover. But policy transitions and tightening funding access are risks to earnings growth.