The auto sector and credit markets have long had a love-hate relationship.
Took place between 2013 and 2018
Fitch Solutions survey of 300 asset managers
Fitch's outlook in credit negative
Affecting money market funds
Experiencing frequent volatility
Predicts 'abrupt slowdown'
London particularly vulnerable
European HY funds lose €1.4bn
Fitch Ratings looks at capacity
Credit funds in firing line
Fund rationalisation may be coming to an end after a few years of groups actively cutting their product ranges, according to Fitch Ratings.
Fitch has become the first ratings agency to threaten a US credit ratings downgrade over the latest debt ceiling impasse.
Oil majors BP and Shell could face hefty fines if they are found to have manipulated the oil price, the UK's energy secretary has warned.
Fitch has cut China's local currency rating from AA- to A+, amid concerns the country is not doing enough to address its soaring debt levels.
The pool of government bonds rated AAA by the three main rating agencies has shrunk by more than 60% since the financial crisis, according to new analysis.
Italy's embattled economy contracted 2.8% year on year in the fourth quarter, according to the final reading released this morning, worse than the 2.7% contraction previously thought.
Henderson's John Bennett has returned to the much-maligned Irish banking sector for the first time in over six years despite warning the position might make investors 'wince'.
Britain could lose its AAA credit rating after George Osborne admitted he will miss his target to reduce Britain's debts and have to borrow an extra £100 billion.
Credit rating agency Fitch has downgraded Argentina and said the country would probably default on its debt obligations.
Ratings agency Fitch has warned the UK's AAA credit rating is under increasing pressure because of growing government debt, which could hit 100% of GDP this year, and the continuing eurozone crisis.
M&G's co-head of fixed income Jim Leaviss has warned the UK could face losing its AAA rating on 5 December, the day of the Autumn Statement, as the growing budget deficit could force George Osborne to abandon plans for fiscal consolidation.