Moodys Investors Service
Moody’s to Active Managers: You’re In Trouble
The ratings agency downgrades its outlook on active management to negative, citing a tough environment and lackluster performance.
December 8, 2016
Could Standardization Hurt the Green Bond Market?
As stock exchanges embrace green bonds, there’s debate over how sharply regulators and other players should define these offerings.
August 15, 2016
Peer Pressure: P2P Lending Poised to Shake Up Credit
Despite recent concerns, peer-to-peer lending platforms are likely to make major inroads in credit markets if they can maintain harmony between the finance and technology industries.
April 10, 2016
Volatile U.S. Oil and Gas Sector Attracts, Spooks Investors
Although hedge funds have boosted their long positions in the struggling industry, other players are waiting for oil prices to stabilize.
March 9, 2016
Hedge Funds Smell Blood in the Student Debt Market
As default rates climb, investors short companies from debt manager Navient to student-housing providers. A doomsday scenario?
October 19, 2015
Rivals’ Woes Complicate Plans for Invitation Homes IPO
The biggest landlord for U.S. single-family homes can’t ignore the lackluster performance of several publicly traded competitors.
September 22, 2015
Daily Agenda: Selling Pressure Continues in European Markets
Swiss GDP disappoints; Moody’s upgrades major U.S. banks; Equinix to acquire Telecity in a $4 billion deal.
May 29, 2015
Activists Turn Out a Strong First Quarter
Jeffrey Ubben’s ValueAct rises 6.3 percent, driven by plays like Valeant and the Halliburton–Baker Hughes merger. TCI is up 13 percent net.
April 21, 2015
The 2014 Pension 40: Timothy Blake
December 15, 2014
Credit Rating Upstart UCRG Takes Aim at Big Three
Universal Credit Rating Group’s founders say their Hong Kong firm offers clients a different approach than New York–based rating agencies.
Allen T Cheng
September 4, 2013