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Greece has been performing better than to plan, with the fiscal adjustment stronger than expected … This together with some resumption of modest growth is expected to turn debt dynamics positive; with many rating agencies (including IHS Markit) moving Greece's sovereign ratings slowly away from a possible default scenario.feedback
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Jul 20 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Jan Randolph is associated, including Europe and Le Pen. Most recently, Jan Randolph has been quoted saying: “Secondly, Greece has secured another bailout program extension in June, with IMF involvement despite difference with other euro zone partners on the nature and degree of debt relief.” in the article Greece cagey on new bond sales as investors await return to market. An other article where Jan Randolph has been quoted is Greece could return to the bond markets as early as next week.
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Dec 02 2016

The ECB has deliberately kept its QE (quantitative easing) program both flexible and open-ended in the event that certain political risks crystalize this year.feedback

Aug 17 2016

The second quarter of 2016 saw commodity-related downgrades reach record levels. Commodity-related rating downgrades increased, especially in Africa and the Middle East.feedback

Aug 17 2016

The United Kingdom faces specific credit risk in its regular dependence on foreign investment inflows to finance its record current-account deficit.feedback

Jun 01 2015 - Greece

A Grexit requires a lot of decision-making on both sides, gateways to be passed through. And we are not there yet really.feedback

Jan 05 2015

Yes it was disappointing. 0.3 percent estimated for the first quarter, PMI's are down. What can we put that down to? Well, the strong pound certainly. Europe's not really fully recovering yet. Maybe a bit or a caution on the part of consumers and businesses ahead of the election. I think that does – there is a feedback loop there.feedback

Aug 25 2011 - NATO

Well, that's interesting, some of the rebels have been saying that. The Russians and the Chinese contracts - and they were very late in the game here – but they do have a foothold; the Chinese National Oil Company and Gazprom, for example, did have some licenses. I think they did, however, not veto the UN move to secure safety for civilians. But at the same time, they did complain about NATO overstepping the UN mandate. Yes, I think, it's obvious that the Europeans will be advantaged. It's the closest market, it's where all the business is to be done. And I think they will pursue that line.feedback

Aug 25 2011 - Libya

I certainly think so. I think the interim government will want to honour the existing contracts, although they do have the right to reopen them as a new sovereign [government]. I think those that have investments there already will be allowed to resume operations and then I think also because the Europeans, particularly the French and the British, were spearheading the rebel cause from the beginning, they will be looked upon advantageously in terms of new contracts.feedback

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