What is the credit outlook for transportation for 2015?+

The overall rating outlook is stable, but it varies somewhat by subsector and region. Global transportation is heterogeneous and the...

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VIDEO: The Multiplier Effect+

Increased U.K. infrastructure spending of 1% of GDP would create more than 200,000 new jobs in the same year, and...

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The U.S. Shale-Oil And Gas Boom Is Sending Waves Through Global Markets+

  (Editor’s note: This commentary reflects the views developed at the most recent McGraw Hill Financial Research Roundtable on global oil...

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Learning The Lessons From 20 Years Of Rating Project Finance+

Analysis of the Project Finance sector reveals interesting trends. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Managing Director, Michael Wilkins highlights some...

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How The Shale Boom And Geopolitical Risk Are Affecting The Global Oil Market+

In light of recent oil price volatility, the bounty of shale oil making waves across the market, and rising geopolitical risk...

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Climate Change: Assessing The Potential Long-Term Effects+

Since the turn of the century, climate change has been prominent in public discussion on global societal and economic risks....

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Live Webcast and Q&A – Project Finance Criteria Release+

Please join Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services on Wednesday, September 24 at 10:00 a.m. U.S. Eastern Time for an interactive,...

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A State-By-State Look At The Impact Of The EPA’s Clean Power Act+

This Infographic PDF depicts carbon emission goals for each state based on progress thus far and complexity of conditions for...

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How The U.S.’s New Clean Power Plan Could Affect The Energy Industry’s Credit+

President Obama and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) unveiled the new Clean Power Plan this past June, and it’s...

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New U.S. Nuclear Power Plants: Moving Ahead, Slowly+

The regulated electric utility industry has begun to strategize how to best deal with the proposed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...

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