Liquidity outlook for corporates


Liquidity is generally acceptable...

The vast majority of investment grade issuers (c. 88%) appear to have sufficient external and internal liquidity sources to cover debt repayments and other cash outflows over the next 12 months, without accessing the capital markets for new financing.

The remaining 12% of issuers are considered to have a degree of liquidity weakness, which could either be an indication that their cash uses are not adequately covered over the next 12 months or results from the

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