Moody's: Chicago still has time to embrace pension reform
Chicago still has time to fix its pension problem, according to the managing director at Moody’s Investors Service.
Moody's settles Calpers ratings lawsuit for $130 million
The accord follows S&P’s $125 million in similar California case.
Moody’s Downgrades RCS Capital (Again)
The news follows RCAP's announcement that it would file for bankruptcy and spin off Cetera.
3 insurance industry views from Moody's windows
Rating analysts explain how life insurers have survived without interest rate oxygen.
M&A among insurers pegged at $200 billion-plus thru 3Q 2015
A weak global economy and increased regulation are driving sellers to seek buyers in the insurance space, writes Moody's.
Hatteras Splits From Crumbling RCAP as Moody’s Mulls Downgrade
The alt investment firm returns to its independent roots after 16 months with its troubled owner, RCAP, led by CEO Michael Weil.
Should nonprofit hospitals jump into health insurance?
Moody's analysts say the competition is more ferocious than it looks.
High-Yield Default Rate on the Rise: Moody’s
Defaults are “on a disconcerting uptrend, which has kept investors on edge,” says Benjamin Garber, an economist with Moody’s Capital Markets Research.
Moody's sees plan consolidation sliding toward hospitals
Hospital companies could fight back with deals of their own, rating analysts say.
Public LTC costs may threaten states' credit ratings
Moody's analysts say some states seem to be doing a better job than others.