Lessor bonds: Ratings agencies bearish on lessors, while new issuances drop

Rating agencies have become more bearish on the aircraft leasing sector with Fitch, and Moody’s changing their outlook on the sector from stable to negative. Sub-A rated investment-grade instruments, which would include most aircraft lessor bonds, have also seen record levels of capital outflows in the last few weeks.

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