The referendum result has caused uncertainty and volatility in the markets. But also, with the lower value of Sterling, opportunities to export. However all this comes with the risk of not being paid.
The rising level of corporate debt in emerging markets is a significant factor behind a record high index of country risk, according to Coface’s Chief Economist.
Following a long period of increasing demand, driven by China in the 2000s, steel is suffering from weak growth in the global economy.
To be monitored: cheap oil, financial market volatility and the Chinese slowdown in advances countries and growing debt of companies in emerging countries
Country risk assessments of qualified countries: their current form
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