Close to 20,000 New Zealand firms had their risk profile revised in the first three months of 2010, according to new research released today by credit reporting agency Dun & Bradstreet. The research reveals that close to 9,000 firms had their rating downgraded and are now more likely to experience financial distress over the coming year despite the economic recovery. ... Read More »
COMPOSITE BUSINESS OPTIMISM INDEX SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT FROM AN ALL TIME LOW LEVEL OF 93.8 DURING Q2 2009.
The Dun & Bradstreet INDIA Composite Business Optimism Index stands at 142.8 during Q2 2010, a substantial improvement from an all time low level of 93.8 registered during Q2 2009. On a q-o-q basis, the Composite Business Optimism Index increased by around 3.8% during Q2 2010, as against a decline of 3.9% (q-o-q) during Q1 2010. While the overall business ... Read More »
The global financial crisis did not spare the Australian economy and business community. With bankruptcies and payment delays rising, a large group of credit managers gathered at separate events organized by Dun & Bradstreet Australia to hear the latest economic forecast, results of D&B’s business optimism surveys and to discuss a range of information services that will assist credit managers ... Read More »