Market, credit risks remain high, ESMA warns

first_imga serious business man thinking about serious problems Andriy Bezuglov/123RF James Langton Related news Overall, ESMA said that market risks are very high, “particularly in securities markets, where high asset valuations and search-for-yield prevail.”Additionally, credit risk is elevated too, the ESMA said, “with deteriorating corporate debt quality and the growing share of BBB-rated debt as main concerns.”These elevated risks come in an environment of weakening growth, along with continued uncertainty due to a slew of unpredictable external factors, such as Brexit, U.S.-China trade tensions and geopolitical risk.“Large intra-day movements confirm that markets remain sensitive to the news flow,” the report said.Looking ahead, these same factors are expected to “remain key risk drivers,” ESMA said. Amid a deteriorating economic outlook and heightened trade tensions, market risk remains “very high,” European regulators are warning.The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published a report on Thursday detailing its risk assessment for securities markets as of the third quarter of 2019. Share this article and your comments with peers on social mediacenter_img CSA reviews performance of IDA Keywords Research reportsCompanies European Securities and Markets Authority Research unbundling hasn’t hurt small company coverage: ESMA Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

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Worldwide lack of support for CCS – claim

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Auburn, Cal series pushed back to 2020, 2021

first_imgAuburn’s home-and-home series with Cal has been moved back a year to 2020 and 2021, the school announced Thursday.The first ever meeting of the teams was originally scheduled for 2019 and 2020.The change actually is very good for Auburn, which will host the Golden Bears during an even-numbered year, when the Tigers have to travel to both Georgia and Alabama, and travel to Berkeley when hosting their rivals.The lone game on Auburn’s slate in 2020 and 2021 fulfills the program’s obligation to play a Power 5 conference opponent.Cal also announced it would play a home-and-home with Ole Miss in 2017 and 2019, filling the void left by pushing back the AU series.It is unclear if Auburn has a replacement for 2019, and presumably also in 2018, in mind.Auburn’s non-conference schedule through 2021 are as follows:2015:Louisville (Chick-fil-A kickoff at Georgia Dome), Jacksonville State, San Jose State, Idaho2016:Clemson, Arkansas State, ULM, Alabama A&M2017:at Clemson, Mercer2020:California2021:at Californialast_img read more

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‘I’m sorry’ – Holloway issues message after criticising QPR fans

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Ian Holloway has responded to criticism of his comments about QPR fans who left early during his team’s 2-2 draw with Brentford.The Rangers manager was unhappy that many supporters had left before the home side netted twice in injury time to snatch a point in dramatic fashion.AdChoices广告In a video message released by the club, Holloway said he was sorry if his remarks had caused offence and declared: “I’m ready to fight and need you to fight with me, that’s all.” See also:Holloway criticises both sets of fans after dramatic derbyHolloway should apologise for his unacceptable baiting of QPR fansQPR’s Baptiste expected to be fit for Preston gameQPR send LuaLua back to BrightonOnuoha in QPR squad for Leeds gamelast_img read more

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Hayley welcomes change of tack

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They’re out and running

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Battle to control underground fire

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