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News, January 2020
Irish banks make progress in NPLs but rocky road ahead
Irish banks have rapidly reduced non-performing exposures in recent years thanks to strong economic growth and a creditor-friendly restructuring regime. But recent developments may challenge this, just as Brexit beckons and late-cycle fears (...)
News, February 2019
Qivalio: First European integrated rating agency
Two years after announcing its creation with the support of several French institutional investors, the agency resulting from the combination of Spread Research and EthiFinance has taken another important step in its development as the leading European (...)
Note, February 2019
Stock market shows greater reaction to forecasts by analysts with favourable surnames
Financial analysts whose surnames are perceived as favourable elicit stronger market reactions to their earnings forecasts, new research from Cass Business School has found.
Note, September 2018
The CAT bonds market remains dynamic
Despite the increasing number of natural disasters in 2017, the CAT bond market continues to grow. Despite recent poor performance, both outstandings assets and new issuances have reached record levels by the end of (...)
News, October 2017
BofA Merrill Lynch October Fund Manager Survey finds cash balance falling, investor expectations of Goldilocks rising
According to BofA Merrill Lynch, Investors are bullish on bond yields, with 82% of those surveyed indicating they expect bond yields to rise in the next 12 months and a record net 85% saying bonds are overvalued...


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