Millennials And The U.S. Economy: The Kids Are All Right (Or Soon Will Be)+

The so-called Millennial Generation, born from the early 1980s through the early 2000s, now represents the largest cohort of American...

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The U.S.’s Clean Power Plan, Rife With Controversy, Seeks To Battle Climate Change+

When a youthful Senator Barack Obama announced his bid for the presidency eight years ago, he did so on a...

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Project Finance Weathers The Fall In Global Oil And Gas Prices+

The low price of oil and natural gas is unlikely to have a widespread impact on the credit quality of...

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U.S. Weekly Economic Roundup: Speed Bump+

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that just 126,000 payroll jobs were added in March. With the downward revisions...

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S&P’s Steve Dryer to Discuss Highway Trust Fund and U.S. Infrastructure at National Journal+

U.S. Transportation Secy. Anthony Foxx and Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) To Discuss Highway Trust Fund and U.S. Infrastructure at National...

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U.S. Weekly Economic Roundup: Getting Better Slowly But Surely+

The Federal Reserve’s Financial Accounts of the U.S. (previously known as the Flow of Funds report) showed that in fourth-quarter...

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Proposed Criteria Changes Will Bring Greater Transparency To U.S. Municipal Water And Sewer Systems+

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services is currently seeking comments on proposed changes in the criteria it uses to rate debt...

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U.S. Weekly Economic Roundup: High Spirits+

American consumers’ spirits are very strong. The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index rose 4.5 points in January to reach...

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Global Rating Trends For Toll Road Network Operators Will Remain Stable In 2015+

We believe inflation and GDP growth are key macroeconomic determinants of the toll road sector’s operations. Traffic flows have a...

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