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Using Credit Analytics’ Probability of Default (PD) Model Market Signals , which leverages market capitalization and asset volatility as drivers to help you calculate the credit risk of public companies, has allowed us to look at industries that have experienced the greatest credit risk disruption in the last 18 months as well as those that have seen the largest recovery.
- Synchronized global shock
- ‘New Normal’ and what that means
- Uneven recovery leads to new trends within certain industries
- Emerging risks impact recovery