• Portugal and Hungary to reclaim investment grade, says risk survey

    Euromoney’s crowd-sourcing, survey-based approach to evaluating country risk successfully predicted a similar path for the Philippines two years ago. In addition to these two European borrowers, however, there are a handful of others with longer-term prospects for investors to keep an eye on.

  • Sri Lanka risk-score undermined by political and economic challenges

    The sovereign is still struggling in Euromoney’s risk survey as economic and fiscal indicators deteriorate, corruption investigations dampen China-sourced foreign investment and a looming general election makes it uncertain whether the new president’s parliamentary backers can produce a majority.

  • Country risk expert insight – Q1 results: India

    The results of the latest Euromoney Country Risk quarterly survey saw India’s risk score rise 0.61 points. Year-on-year, the score is up by an impressive 2.72 points. With a score of 52.74, the country sits at 56 in the global ECR rankings. ECR asked two experts for their opinions on the reasons behind the improvement.

  • Country risk expert insight – Q1 results: Mexico

    The results of the latest Euromoney Country Risk quarterly survey saw Mexico’s risk score fall 1.49 points. With a score of 60.82, the country now sits at 37th in the global ECR rankings. ECR asked two experts for their opinions on the reasons behind the decline.