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Credit Markets

Over the past decade, global debt leverage has been trending upward—and most recently exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis. After an unprecedented era of easy credit, what will be the impact when the cycle turns?


Even as signs of normalization from the coronavirus-caused economic downturn sprout across countries, the pandemic is pressuring global banking sectors as they balance declining asset quality and creditworthiness with increasing demand for lending.


Private Markets Monthly

Insightful interviews with subject matter experts on what matters most across private markets


The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically reshaped global insurance markets. Its impacts are largely felt through asset risks, notably capital markets volatility, and weaker premium growth prospects.

Digital Assets

Digital assets have moved from the fringes to the mainstream as new technologies, new players, and new concerns transform the market. From sovereigns to startups, everyone needs to know DeFI now.

Street Talk

S&P Global Market Intelligence principal analyst Nathan Stovall takes a deep dive into issues facing financial institutions and the investment community. Tune in for interviews with industry insiders as well as brief outlooks for the banking sector.

Real Estate

After the pandemic, hotel and retail properties have bounced back and warehouses have remained strong, but offices are still under intense pressure. While empty offices may be grim news for some investors, there are years to go before most losses will be realized.

Market Dynamics

The higher the volatility, the riskier the security. Current conditions are sending notable fluctuations across capital markets and commodities prices. Against this backdrop, understanding market dynamics has never been so crucial.


Private Markets 360°

S&P Global Market Intelligence offers our top picks of global private equity news stories and more published throughout the week.

Private Markets

Private markets aren't just growing, they're evolving. Fundamental shifts in business models, the search for yield, and a focus on new sectors and asset classes are raising the profile of private markets and bringing new players and investors to the table.