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.
Recent bank failures are disconcerting to see, but they are not symptomatic of a serious broader problem in the financial system. Policymakers’ aggressive response is a positive sign and should ensure the failures do not undermine the system or fragile economy.
State and Local Governments Prepare for the Ride
Revenue volatility, climate events, and demographic shifts: what does the next year look like for California?
The healthcare industry is slowly emerging from the depths of 2022's operational challenges, and all eyes are on what the "new normal" may be as we continue to transition to a post-pandemic world.
Stable 2023 outlook for US states and local governments despite tighter macro conditions and slower tax revenue growth
College and universities continue to confront a dynamic environment in 2023; rising risks will have varying credit impacts
Transforming Credit Perspectives Across US Public Finance
Risks to the US Public Finance sector are evolving as issuers face a credit landscape that has been reshaped by record inflation, volatile markets and lasting impacts of the pandemic.
A discussion of Moody's new rating methodology for US cities and counties
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