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The Upgrade Episode 16: Why CCC Category Ratings Have Risen but Default Rates Have Not

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Listen: The Upgrade Episode 16: Why CCC Category Ratings Have Risen but Default Rates Have Not

In this episode of The Upgrade podcast we discuss why the default rate is so low - and expected to remain so well into next year -  even as the CCC ratings cohort is so large. We also talk about past and present CLO exposure to the CCC category.

Our aim is to provide market participants with further advanced analytical insight into Corporate Credits, CLOs and Leveraged Finance deals, with S&P Global Ratings regular podcast, based on key features we’re seeing in corporate credits and sectors that CLOs are exposed to.For more Leveraged Finance and CLOs Insights visit Leveraged Finance & CLOs Essentials

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