Fitch Ratings has downgraded Italy's long term Issuer Default Ratings to BBB+ from A-, with a negative outlook.
Money market fund investors are split over whether a move to variable net asset value money funds from constant net asset value funds would have a large impact on their investments, a survey on 68 European treasurers conducted by Fitch in conjunction...
Over the coming years, growth in assets under management will be higher in Asia (China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand) than in mature markets such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea, according to a study published by Fitch Ratings.
Credit fund performance and flows in 2013 are unlikely to reach levels seen in 2012, according to Fitch Ratings.
The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Court's decision to dismiss claims that Iceland's government failed to comply with obligations to depositors in the failed Icesave bank is positive news for the country's credit profile says Fitch Ratings.
Basile Fémelat, associate at Baker and McKenzie Luxembourg argues that new law to regulate rating agencies has not fully addressed investors' blind reliance on them, nor some outstanding structural conflicts.
Fitch Ratings has responded to improving GDP data from China by warning the country's leaders still have a task ahead of them in rebalancing the economy.
Fitch Ratings has called for a government-led global solution to end the various ongoing disputes between US authorities and Swiss banks.
US prime money market fund (MMF) exposure to eurozone banks rose for the fifth consecutive month although exposures remain well-below previous levels, according to Fitch Ratings.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Italy's credit rating at A-, with a negative outlook due to risk of possible political and policy instability following upcoming elections.