Covering roughly 99 percent of all listed and privately-held companies across 247 countries, the tool allows users to generate two probabilities of default for each company—one based on industry-standard financial risk factors such as profitability, cash flow and overall liquidity, and the other based on business risk factors such as the overall competiveness of a company, as well as systemic risks associated with all companies that operate within a specific country or industry.
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