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Plant Better is a podcast dedicated to helping church planters launch and lead Gospel-centered and life-giving churches. James and Kenny interview church planters about specific topics directly related to church planting. From fundraising and preaching to productivity hacks and volunteer recruitment, Plant Better covers it all. Whether you're planting on your own or you're a part of a church planting network (like Acts 29, ARC, Calvary Chapel, or Sovereign Grace), you'll get fresh perspectiv ...
 
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Cote d’Ivoire recently became the first Sub-Saharan African sovereign to access international markets since the start of the pandemic crisis. Jan Friederich, Head of Middle East & Africa Sovereign Ratings, and James McCormack, Global Head of Sovereigns, discuss SSA’s growth prospects for 2021 and the financing pressures in the region.…
 
In the latest Fixed Interests, Shelly Shetty, Managing Director of Sovereigns, and Todd Martinez, Director of Sovereigns, discuss the future economic prospects and challenges in Argentina and Ecuador following their respective debt restructurings in September. They compare and contrast the two restructurings and examine Fitch’s upgrade of Argentina…
 
In this latest podcast, Shelly Shetty, Managing Director of Sovereigns, and Carlos Morales, Director of Latin America Sovereigns, discuss sovereign trends in Central America. They delve into the challenges Central America are facing including fiscal pressures, headwinds from the U.S. and the global recession, spread of the coronavirus, downgrades a…
 
In the latest edition of Fixed Interests Shelly Shetty, Managing Director, and Kelli Bissett-Tom, Director and primary analyst for Peru, discuss the recent downgrade of Peru’s Local Currency IDR and its equalization with the Foreign Currency IDR which was also affirmed with a Stable Outlook. They examine the challenges ahead for Peru’s economic and…
 
The GCC has been severely impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic. In this podcast, Jan Friederich, Head of Middle East and Africa Sovereign Ratings, and Krisjanis Krustins, Director and GCC Sovereigns analyst, discuss how sharply lower oil prices and the coronavirus crisis affect GCC sovereign ratings and currency pegs.…
 
Shelly Shetty, Co-Head of Sovereigns-Americas, and Charles Seville, Senior Director, Americas Sovereigns, discuss Mexico’s rating downgrade, our main rationale behind our rating action and our overall views on how Mexico is placed to face the current difficult circumstances of global recession, including the contraction of the U.S., lower oil price…
 
What are the economic and political implications of the recent social protests in Chile and Colombia, and what does the future hold? In the latest edition of Fixed Interests, Shelly Shetty, Co-Head of Sovereigns-Americas and Richard Francis, Director of Sovereign Ratings and Primary Analyst for Colombia and Chile, discuss how the aftershocks of the…
 
Sovereigns in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Black Sea Region have experienced positive rating momentum recently, with four upgrades in 2019. Paul Gamble, Head of Emerging Europe Sovereign Ratings, and Erich Arispe, Senior Director on the Sovereign team, discuss the factors behind the improvement in the regions rating, and why Fit…
 
Asia’s Frontier Markets have great potential, but are also prone to external financing pressures. Stephen Schwartz, Head of Asia-Pacific Sovereign Ratings, moderates a discussion with Sagarika Chandra and Jeremy Zook, Associate Directors on the Sovereigns team, to discuss the ratings outlook for Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Vietnam. Sagarika explains th…
 
The relative stability of the service sector - which accounts for 70% of GDP in the advanced economies – should help global growth to stabilise next year after a sharp leg down in 2019. Manufacturing has been hit much harder by the trade war, the related decline in business investment and the broader emerging market slowdown and we do not expect an…
 
Demographic trends such as declining or rapidly expanding populations, a bulging youth cohort or pronounced ageing can create risks to sovereign creditworthiness. Key channels of impact include stagnant potential GDP growth, unsustainable pension systems and public debt, and risks to social and political stability. Demographic forces are already af…
 
What are the implications of Argentina’s most recent presidential election, and how will it affect the nation’s current economic uncertainty? In the latest edition of Fixed Interests, Shelly Shetty, Co-Head of Sovereigns-Americas and Todd Martinez, Primary Analyst for Argentina, discuss President-elect Alberto Fernandez’s potential fiscal policies …
 
World growth forecasts have been cut across the board following the escalation in the US-China trade war in August. We now expect world growth in 2020 to fall to 2.5% , the lowest rate since 2012. Trade policy disruptions will adversely affect exports, manufacturing and business investment and there are limits as to how effective monetary policy ea…
 
James McCormack, Head of Sovereign Ratings and Stephen Schwartz, Head of Asia-Pacific Sovereign Ratings, provide a preview of key issues that will be discussed at Fitch’s Global Sovereign Conferences taking place in Asia, Europe and the U.S. during the weeks of September 9th and 16th. Issues include the growth implications of the China-US trade war…
 
Jan Friederich, Head of Middle East and African Sovereign Ratings, explains the key drivers behind the decision to revise the outlook on South Africa to Negative and affirm the rating at ‘BB+’ in a conversation with Stephen Schwartz, Senior Director, Sovereign Ratings. They also discuss South Africa’s economic and political outlook from a credit pe…
 
As a result of political polarization, fiscal constraints, and rising tensions with the U.S. over immigration policy, Central America faces political instability; currently, three out of five countries in the region have negative outlooks. In the latest edition of Fixed Interests, Shelly Shetty, co-Head of Latin American Sovereigns, and Carlos Mora…
 
Michele Napolitano, Head of Western Europe Sovereigns, and Alex Muscatelli, Director, discuss the failure of Pedro Sanchez to win a confidence vote in the Spanish parliament on 25 July. This could delay fiscal consolidation measures scheduled for 2020, although this would not significantly change our debt-to-GDP projections. The increase in politic…
 
Tony Stringer, Managing Director, Global Sovereigns and Ed Parker, Head of EMEA Sovereign Ratings discuss Sub-Saharan African (SSA) debt, noting government debt/GDP has risen steeply in SSA, with the median of 19 Fitch-rated sovereigns doubling since 2012 to 56% at end-2018. Fitch believes that SSA sovereigns have used some of the fiscal space affo…
 
Tony Stringer, Managing Director, Global Sovereigns and Brian Coulton, Chief Economist, say threats to the global growth outlook from trade protectionism have become much more significant in recent months. The breakdown of US-China trade negotiations, the recent use of a US tariff threat to pressure Mexico to change migration policies, and the risi…
 
Shelly Shetty and Charles Seville, Co-Heads of Sovereigns Ratings for the Americas, discuss the recent downgrade of Mexico's credit ratings. Key drivers for the rating action include liability of Pemex's deteriorating credit profile, poor economic growth performance exacerbated by trade tensions, and domestic policy uncertainty from the new adminis…
 
Tony Stringer Managing Director, Global Sovereigns and Erich Arispe, Director, Fitch Ratings, discuss the Positive Outlook for Russia which reflects continued progress in strengthening the economic policy framework underpinned by a more flexible exchange rate, a strong commitment to inflation-targeting and a prudent fiscal strategy. This policy mix…
 
Tune into our latest Fixed Interest podcast with Brian Coulton, Chief Economist and Tony Stringer, COO, Global Sovereigns Group, who discuss what's in store for the global economy in 2019. For more content providing in-depth insight into credit in 2019, including reports, videos and webinars visit our dedicated Credit Outlook page https://your.fitc…
 
Protectionist US trade policies have now reached the point where they are materially affecting what remains a strong global growth outlook, with the US-China trade battle prompting us to downgrade our 2019 global GDP forecast, says Fitch Ratings in its new Global Economic Outlook (GEO).Av Fitch Ratings
 
Tune into the latest Fixed Interests and listen to James McCormack, Global Head of Sovereigns, and Brian Coulton, Chief Economist, discuss how global growth prospects remain robust despite rising trade tensions and political risks. Accelerating private investment, tightening labor markets, pro-cyclical US fiscal easing and accommodative monetary po…
 
Political risk is a key determinant of sovereign creditworthiness, Ed Parker, Head of EMEA Sovereign Ratings and James McCormack, Global Head of Sovereign Ratings, say.They highlight that political and governance issues were the driving or supporting factors in a cumulative 47% of sovereign downgrades, rating crises, or defaults from 1997 to presen…
 
Tune into the latest Fixed Interests and listen to James McCormack, Global Head of Sovereigns & Supranational Group, Fitch Ratings and Andrew Fennell, Director, Sovereigns, Fitch Ratings, discuss Fitch’s recent affirmation of China’s ‘A+’ rating. James and Andrew explore current policy settings, the growth outlook, and provide insights into the del…
 
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