• Peru’s country rating reaches record high

    Peru’s trend rise through ECR’s global rankings has raised the possibility that it, not Mexico, will become the second Latin American country to reach tier-two status in Euromoney’s Country Risk Survey, after Chile.

  • Poland safer than its credit ratings suggest

    Poland’s secure risk profile is still justified, according to economists and other country-risk experts taking part in Euromoney’s Country Risk Survey. With the sovereign holding steady this year in ECR’s global rankings, and on a longer-term upward trend, its credit ratings should be adjusted upwards.

  • ECR: In search of the next investment-grade sovereign

    Identifying countries ripe for an investment-grade rating is a complicated task, with the main rating agencies differing in their assessments of credit risk. Euromoney’s Country Risk Survey highlights several borrowers with bright prospects, having successfully predicted the shift from junk status to investment grade for the Philippines earlier this year.