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Watch: S&P Global Essential Insights: Mexico’s Insurance, Russian Banks and the U.S. Rush to Renewables

On Essential Insights for October 5, our highlighted research looks at developments in three separate countries. In Mexico, analysts from S&P Global Ratings answer the question about the health of that country’s insurance industry as it gets ready to rebuild. Russia has bailed out a pair of banks in recent weeks, and S&P Global Market Intelligence looks at the reasons why. Leading U.S. corporations are trying to power themselves on 100% renewables, but they’re finding that doing what they think is the right thing comes with a cost.

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