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The ratings reflect Baidu's commitment and actions to manage the company's exposure to its riskier FSG business.
PERCEIVE THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AS GETTING RISKIER, COMPARED WITH 41% WHO THOUGHT SO A YEAR AGO.
Amid tightening liquidity and a riskier economic backdrop, banks will favour safer government debt over riskier private sector lending, it said.
Lane said, 'The response to a lower-yield environment should not be to chase returns by investing in ever riskier assets.
Only you can decide your appetite for potential losses and this will decide the proportion of your assets that you place in a riskier investment compared to less risky ones.
With borrowing costs expected to remain at record lows in the near future investors moved into riskier assets.
She continued said: The title of this FERMA Forum is Living and Working in a Riskier World.
Small-company stocks also made big gains, suggesting that investors were more comfortable making riskier investments.
Fitch notes that the increase in risk is small so far, but outlines its concerns: "While there has not been a huge shift by insurers from bonds into riskier asset classes, credit-risk exposure within bond portfolios has materially increased," the ratings agency says.
Articles in the report challenge the view that participating in medical research is inherently riskier and provides less benefit than receiving medical care.
The end of uncertainty about the election result lifted stocks and riskier currencies, helping the higher-yielding Australian dollar rise to its highest in nearly seven weeks and the Canadian dollar to a three-week peak.
The nine-member Policy Board's discussions are likely to focus on expanding the size of the BOJ's asset purchase program by 10 trillion yen to a total of 90 trillion yen and whether to allow further purchases of riskier assets, including exchange-traded funds.