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Egan-Jones Ratings
04 июня 2014, 09:39

Российско-китайское рейтинговое агентство хочет ...

Россия и Китай договорились о создании рейтингового агентства, объявил в Пекине министр финансов Антон Силуанов. Возможно, речь идет о развитии проекта Universal Credit Ratings Group, созданного "Русрейтингом", китайским Dagong Global Credit Rating Co и американским Egan-Jones Ratings.

04 июня 2014, 00:27

Российско-китайское рейтинговое агентство хочет отвоевать 30% рынка

Россия и Китай договорились о создании рейтингового агентства, объявил в Пекине министр финансов Антон Силуанов. Возможно, речь идет о развитии проекта Universal Credit Ratings Group, созданного "Русрейтингом", китайским Dagong Global Credit Rating Co и американским Egan-Jones Ratings. "На первых порах это агентство будет заниматься оценкой проектов, инвестиций в области российско-китайского сотрудничества. По мере набора веса и авторитета мы считаем, что оно может выйти и на уровень, когда к его услугам могли бы прибегать и другие страны", - сказал Силуанов.

04 июня 2014, 00:24

Россия и Китай договорились о создании рейтингового агентства

Россия и Китай договорились о создании рейтингового агентства для оценки совместных проектов, сообщил журналистам министр финансов Антон Силуанов в Пекине. Речь идет о развитии проекта Universal Credit Ratings Group, созданного «Русрейтингом», китайским Dagong Global Credit Rating Co и американским Egan-Jones Ratings. В среду первый вице-премьер Игорь Шувалов встречается по этому поводу с Микаилом Шишхановым и генеральным директором «Русрейтинга» Зайцевым.

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15 апреля 2014, 17:07

Как компания из России разрушает монополию "тройки" рейтинговых агентств

На фоне конфронтации с Западом российские власти вновь заговорили о необходимости создания "независимых" рейтинговых агентств. Это не первая подобная попытка. С лета 2013г. создать независимое рейтинговое агентство пытаются китайское рейтинговое агентство Dagong Global Credit, американское Egan-Jones Ratings и российская компания "Рус-Рейтинг". Как далеко удалось продвинуться партнерам?    

15 апреля 2014, 11:37

Как российская компания разрушает монополию "большой тройки" рейтинговых агентств

На фоне конфронтации с Западом российские власти вновь заговорили о необходимости создания "независимых" рейтинговых агентств. Это не первая подобная попытка. С лета 2013 года создать независимое рейтинговое агентство пытаются В июне 2013г. китайское рейтинговое агентство Dagong Global Credit, американское Egan-Jones Ratings и российская компания "Рус-Рейтинг". Как далеко удалось продвинуться партнерам? Создание независимого от Запада кредитно-рейтингового агентства – это уже не "мечта", а "крайняя необходимость", уверен первый вице-премьер Игорь Шувалов. "То, что сейчас происходит с рейтинговыми агентствами, это практически мировая монополия, а любая монополия - это плохо", - заявил он в интервью Forbes.    

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26 июня 2013, 16:29

США, Китай и Россия создали рейтинговое агентство

Новая структура Universal Credit Rating Group была создана тремя компаниями: китайской Dagong, американской Egan-Jones Ratings и российским "Рус-Рейтинг". Стороны имеют равные доли в предприятии.

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25 июня 2013, 15:43

США, Китай и Россия создали рейтинговое агентство

Новая структура Universal Credit Rating Group была создана тремя компаниями: китайской Dagong, американской Egan-Jones Ratings и российским "Рус-Рейтинг". Стороны имеют равные доли в предприятии.

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25 июня 2013, 15:31

Сегодня заработало новое рейтинговое агенство России, Китая и США

Международное независимое рейтинговое агентство Universal Credit Rating Group, созданное компаниями из Китая, России и США, начало работу в этот вторник.Структура должна составить конкуренцию трем главным рейтинговым агентствам на сегодняшний день: Moody's, Standard & Poor's и Fitch. Ранее эта «большая тройка» обвинялась в содействии мировому финансовому кризису, в частности, посредством присвоения высоких рейтингов ипотечным и другим кредитам, что не соответствовало реальному положению дел.Universal Credit Rating Group было учреждено китайским Dagong Global Credit Rating, российским RusRating и американским Egan-Jones Ratings Company с целью повышения объективности оценок экономических процессов в мире.Источник: http://www.gazeta.ru/business/news/2013/06/25/n_2996017.shtml

25 июня 2013, 14:15

Заработало новое рейтинговое агентство Китая, России и США

Международное независимое рейтинговое агентство Universal Credit Rating Group, созданное компаниями из Китая, России и США, начало работу в этот вторник, сообщает АР. Структура должна составить конкуренцию трем главным рейтинговым агентствам на сегодняшний день, Moody's, Standard & Poor's и Fitch. Ранее эта «большая тройка» обвинялась в содействии мировому финансовому кризису, в частности, посредством присвоения высоких рейтингов ипотечным и другим кредитам, что не соответствовало реальному положению дел. Universal Credit Rating Group было учреждено китайским Dagong Global Credit Rating, российским RusRating и американским Egan-Jones Ratings Company с целью повышения объективности оценок экономических процессов в мире. «Газета.Ru»

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13 мая 2013, 00:00

Союз аутсайдеров

Три компании из Китая, России и США объявили о старте амбициозного проекта по созданию нового рейтингового агентства. Учредителями Universal Credit Rating Group стали китайская компания Dagong Global Credit Rating, американская Egan-Jones Ratings Company и российское рейтинговое агентство RusRating.

29 марта 2013, 18:01

Egan-Jones понизило кредитный рейтинг Великобритании

"Мы ожидаем, что соотношение долга Великобритании к ее ВВП будет увеличиваться и страна продолжит находиться под давлением (мы ожидаем дополнительных данных за 2012 г.)", - сказано в отчете.В отчете также говорится о том, что дефицит бюджета остается "по-прежнему существенен". Однако тенденция к сокращению дефицита наблюдается последние 3 года. Показатель за это время снизился с 11,5% до 8,3%. И это является хорошим показателем."Главные опасения в том, сможет ли страна продолжать урезать свой дефицит перед лицом неблагоприятных экономических условий и возможного ухудшения финансового сектора страны", - заключают эксперты агентства.Экономика Великобритании сократилась в IV квартале текущего года на 0,3%. В то же время годовой рост ВВП по сравнению с аналогичным периодом предыдущего года вырос на 0,2%. Ранее сообщалось о повышении на 0,3%. Результаты оказались лучше прогнозов экспертов, не ожидавших пересмотра показателя.

13 февраля 2013, 16:35

Frontrunning: February 13

Obama Paints Wider Role for Government in Middle Class Revival (BBG) Obama to Seek a New Trade Deal With EU (WSJ)... or this is strawman why 2016 GDP will be higher Mobile phone sales fall for the first time since 2009 (Telegraph) Sequester Looms, No Deal in Sight (WSJ) Neither US party swallows a compromise (FT) Embattled Economies Cling to Euro (WSJ) For China, Spending Is Harder Than It Looks (WSJ) Bank of England's Sir Mervyn King says recovery in sight (BBC) - just a little more inflation first G7 fails to defuse currency tensions (FT) Japanese Leader Urges Firms to Boost Wages (WSJ) - so does the US one Fed Bank Chiefs Back Money-Fund Overhaul (WSJ), or force everyone out of MMFs and into stocks Comcast’s NBC Purchase Pushes Roberts Into Entertainment (BBG) Tesla CEO Clashes With New York Times Over Model S Review (BBG) Overnight Media Digest WSJ * U.S. President Barack Obama outlined an ambitious agenda in his State of the Union address Tuesday that included raising the minimum wage, increasing spending on infrastructure, attacking climate change and passing gun-control legislation. * Comcast Corp is buying General Electric Co's 49 percent stake in NBCUniversal for $16.7 billion, giving the cable operator full ownership of the film and television giant much sooner than expected. * Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook fired back against hedge-fund mogul David Einhorn, defending the company's distribution of cash to its shareholders and calling a recent lawsuit filed by Einhorn's firm "a silly sideshow." * Dell Inc's second-largest outside investor T.Rowe Price Group Inc said it opposed the proposed $24.4 billion buyout saying the proposal undervalues Dell. * In the latest shake-up at UBS, onetime investment-bank chief Carsten Kengeter is expected to resign in favor of Samuel Molinaro, who spearheaded the push to sell Bear Stearns in one of the financial crisis's opening acts. * Intel Corp confirmed plans to offer a paid Internet video service and accompanying set-top box, an unusual gamble for a chip maker that has rarely marketed directly to consumers. * WellPoint Inc named Joseph Swedish as its new chief executive, unexpectedly turning to a hospital-industry veteran to lead the second-largest U.S. health insurer through the challenging implementation of the health-care overhaul.   FT Comcast Corp said it would buy General Electric's remaining 49 percent equity stake in their NBCUniversal joint venture for about $16.7 billion. Barclays' new chief executive pledged a fresh course for the British lender, axing at least 3,700 jobs and pruning its investment bank as he seeks to rebuild its reputation and boost profitability after a series of scandals. Carsten Kengeter, UBS's former investment bank chief executive, will leave in a management overhaul of the Swiss bank's newly formed non-core unit, according to an internal memo. Goldman Sachs is set to lose one of its veteran dealmakers with the retirement of Henry Cornell as vice-chairman of its merchant banking division, according to an internal memo. Italian police arrested the head of defence group Finmeccanica SpA on Tuesday on a warrant alleging that he paid bribes to win an Indian contract. Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple Inc, said the company was considering ways to return its $137 billion cash pile to investors. Cook dismissed the lawsuit filed by activist shareholder David Einhorn as a "silly sideshow". Dell Inc's third-largest shareholder, T. Rowe Price Group, joined a growing number of investors putting pressure on Michael Dell and his partner Silver Lake to sweeten their $24.4 billion buyout offer for the PC maker. U.S. regulators have approved the $15.1 billion takeover of Canadian oil and gas company Nexen Inc by China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd   NYT * U.S. President Barack Obama pledged to fight for a higher minimum wage, more government investment in schools and clean energy, and deficit reduction through spending cuts and tax increases, in his State of the Union address on Tuesday. * Comcast Corp agreed to pay $16.7 billion to acquire General Electric Co's remaining 49 percent stake in NBCUniversal. The deal accelerated a sales process that was expected to take several more years. * T.Rowe Price says it opposes the $24.4 billion takeover bid for Dell Inc as it currently stands, while Southeastern Asset Management has taken additional steps to fight the management buyout. Together they control nearly 13 percent of Dell's shares - the biggest holders of Dell stock outside of Michael Dell himself - and the move signals growing discontent with the transaction. * Carsten Kengeter, the former head of the investment bank of UBS, is resigning from the Swiss banking giant. * Nexen Inc said it received the last regulatory approval for its $15 billion sale to China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd, after the Obama administration declared the deal free from national security concerns. * Ryanair Holdings Plc, the discount European airline, said it planned to appeal should regulators block its bid for Aer Lingus Group. * WellPoint Inc, one of the nation's largest health insurers, said it had chosen an experienced hospital executive to lead it through sweeping changes created by the federal health care overhaul law.   Canada THE GLOBE AND MAIL * Ontario's opposition Progressive Conservatives have offered up a sweeping new road map for post-secondary education, advocating teaching-only professors, higher tuition fees for "elite programs," and a "colleges first" culture aimed at getting graduates jobs. * The chair of Toronto's public works committee has ordered a review after more than 100 "selfish" drivers delayed streetcars by parking in their paths after last week's snowfall. Reports in the business section: * It will take until at least 2017 before TransCanada Corp's much-vaunted plan to take oil across the country can take Alberta oil to Eastern Canada, a lengthy timeline that casts into question the role of that project in easing current pricing pain for the oil patch. * Mold-Masters Ltd, the innovative maker of injection moulding equipment for the plastics industry, has been sold to Ohio-based Milacron LLC for C$975 million. Mold-Masters was controlled by 3i Group PLC, a British private equity firm for the past five years. NATIONAL POST * Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's prepared to testify before a legislative committee about the controversial cancellation of two gas plants. She says it's important that the information about the cancellations - which will cost taxpayers at least C$230 million - be released. She also noted that she asked the auditor general to add the canceled gas plant in Oakville to his current probe of the Mississauga project, which was canceled during the 2011 election campaign. FINANCIAL POST * Financial leaders of the world's richest countries, including Canada, are talking tough to emerging nations, warning their efforts to shore up domestic economies could lead to a currency war and possibly derail a global recovery.   Fly On The Wall 7:00 AM Market Snapshot ANALYST RESEARCH  Upgrades AMN Healthcare (AHS) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at SunTrustAvon Products (AVP) upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBSComcast (CMCSA) upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit SuisseGroupon (GRPN) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Sterne AgeeMolina Healthcare (MOH) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BofA/MerrillNavios Acquisition (NNA) upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Wells FargoPhilip Morris (PM) upgraded to Neutral from Reduce at NomuraProtective Life (PL) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at BofA/MerrillUTi Worldwide (UTIW) upgraded to Buy from Hold at JefferiesWestern Union (WU) upgraded to Underperform from Sell at CLSA Downgrades Bankrate (RATE) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at CitigroupClearwire (CLWR) downgraded to Underperform from Market Perform at Raymond JamesCliffs Natural (CLF) downgraded to Hold from Buy at Deutsche BankCliffs Natural (CLF) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at CitigroupFossil (FOSL) downgraded to Underperform from Market Perform at FBR CapitalGartner (IT) downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at BarclaysHeinz (HNZ) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBSInsperity (NSP) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at SunTrustMeredith (MDP) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Roth CapitalPike Electric (PIKE) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Janney CapitalRexnord (RXN) downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at BarclaysRuckus Wireless (RKUS) downgraded to Hold from Buy at NeedhamSapient (SAPE) downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at First AnalysisSapient (SAPE) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at William BlairSapient (SAPE) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup Initiations Darden (DRI) initiated with an Underperform at CLSAFortune Brands (FBHS) initiated with an Overweight at BarclaysGreenHunter Energy (GRH) initiated with a Buy at WunderlichPiedmont Natural Gas (PNY) initiated with a Market Perform at Wells FargoPioneer Natural (PXD) initiated with an Outperform at Credit SuisseSandRidge Energy (SD) initiated with a Neutral at Credit SuisseTranS1 (TSON) initiated with an Outperform at JMP SecuritiesUSG (USG) initiated with an Overweight at Barclays HOT STOCKS Comcast (CMCSA) to acquire GE's (GE) 49% stake in NBCUniversal for $16.7B Comcast said it plans to repurchase $2B in stock in 2013GE raised share buyback plan to $35B, has $23B remainingeBay (EBAY) CEO Donahoe: U.S. consumer spending feels "stable," CNBC reportsJ. C. Penney (JCP) increased credit facility availability to $1.85BMoody's revised outlook on Citibank (C) to stable from negativeFMC Technologies (FTI) sees FY13 EPS $2.05-$2.25, consensus $2.36Cliffs Natural (CLF) sees healthy end markets for products in 2013Western Union (WU) sees FY13 constant currency revenue down low single digits Ball Corp. (BLL) to close Illinois plant, lay off 245 employees, take $21M chargeIbrutinib (JNJ, PCYC) received two oncology breakthrough therapy designations from FDAING Group (ING) to cut 2,400 employees by 2015 EARNINGS Companies that beat consensus earnings expectations last night and today include:Pioneer Energy (PES), Calpine (CPN), Valmont (VMI), Willis Group (WSH), Comcast (CMCSA), Higher One (ONE), Seattle Genetics (SGEN), Service Corp. (SCI), Western Union (WU), Netgear (NTGR) Companies that missed consensus earnings expectations include:Euronet (EEFT), Trulia (TRLA), Genesee & Wyoming (GWR), Blue Nile (NILE), Clearwire (CLWR), Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) Companies that matched consensus earnings expectations include:LivePerson (LPSN), TranSwitch (TXCC), Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD) NEWSPAPERS/WEBSITES The most explosive rally in Japanese stocks in years is setting the stage for Japanese companies to cash in through more IPOs. Suntory Holdings Ltd. could lead this year’s list, raising up to $5B via a listing of its core food and beverage unit this summer, the Wall Street Journal reports The leaders of all 12 regional Federal Reserve banks are backing a move to overhaul the $2.7T money-market industry, an unusual joint action likely to fuel debate about a group of funds whose troubles threatened the stability of the financial system during the 2008 credit crisis, the Wall Street Journal reports The U.S. stock market is unlikely to take much direction from Obama’s State of the Union, although the president was less combative in his tone than some on Wall Street expected. The speech provided little in the way of guidance as to whether the White House and Congress will come to a deal to head off large spending cuts that are set to come into effect as of March, Reuters reports Sales of mobile phones worldwide declined in 2012 for the first time since 2009 as consumers shunned cheaper feature phones, says research firm Gartner (IT). Total worldwide mobile sales to end users was down 1.7% to 1.75B units. Samsung (SSNLF) and Apple (AAPL) continued to dominate the market, with Samsung selling 385M phones in 2012, of which 53.5% were smartphones, with Apple selling 130M smartphones, Reuters reports Deutsche Bank (DB) expects that Saudi Arabia will soon allow foreigners to invest directly in local company shares, joining hedge fund Passport Capital in predicting the market is set to open, Bloomberg reports The cheapest Apple (AAPL) shares in a dozen years are encouraging some of the world’s largest investors to bet that the stock will rebound after losing 33% of its value on concerns of slowing profit growth, Bloomberg reports SYNDICATE BioMed Realty (BMR) files to sell 11.5M shares of common stockCliffs Natural (CLF) files to sell 9M common sharesNet Element (NETE) files to sell 4.34M shares of common stock for holdersSensata (ST) announces offering of 15M ordinary shares by holderseGain (EGAN) files to sell common stock