"The outlook balance for the region overall is negative, largely because of policy risks", said Standard & Poor's Ratings Services in its latest review of Central and Eastern European (CEE) sovereign ratings outlooks
2016 has, so far, been a volatile and tumultuous year for financial markets. Only three weeks in, we have already seen a multitude of news events causing risk aversion to spike. These include, to name just a few, the tumbling price of oil, a myriad of different policy moves from the Chinese authorities, conflicting indicators of Chinese economic growth and subsequent fears of slower global growth, yet more idiosyncratic corporate events and geopolitical events.
Stocks continued to plummet last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 2.19% to close the week at 15,988, while the S&P 500 Index declined 2.18% to 1,880, and the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 3.34% to 4,488. In fixed income, the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury fell from 2.11% to 2.03% as its price rose.
DBRS rating confirmed the European Union rating at AAA with a stable outlook. The Eu's conservative budgetary management and the institution's preferred creditor status are two of the factors benefiting European rating. DBRS mantains a low short term risk view also if it warns that ratings could be lowered in case of a deterioration in the credit rating of the Eu's core member states and their committment to supporto the European Union.
In September 2012 the Swiss Parliament passed amendments to the Swiss Collective Investment Schemes Act (CISA). In February 2013 the Swiss Federal Council adopted an amendment to the Collective Investment Schemes Ordinance (CISO) that effectively completed the process of turning the revised CISA into law.
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