Energy supply disruptions pose difficult policy trade-offs among oil importing sovereigns but represent an opportunity for oil-exporters to reduce carbon transition risk over the longer term. Higher interest rates and capital market disruptions further complicate the operating environment for corporates and financial institutions.
- How solid are oil importers’ policy buffers to manage fiscal, liquidity and social challenges?
- What are the incentives and prospects for oil exporters’ diversification efforts?
- How resilient are banks and corporate issuers to rising interest rates and debt capital market volatility?
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