S&P was cautious in its predictions for the year ahead. While stating that default rates peaked in June 2002, and it exepected a "continued, though painfully slow" inprovement in default rates this year, the agency added that "poor credit quality", "a slow economic recovery" and "global uncertainty about war" meant any upturn could be "jeaopardised".
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