Experian Quarterly Business Credit Review Webinar | Q1 2014
Jun 11, 2014
Experian and Moody's Analytics team up to review key findings from the latest Experian/Moody's Small Business Credit Index Q1 2014 report. Learn more about what the small business credit trends could mean for you and your business.
Experian Business Information Services recently concluded a data study to compare the credit profiles of small business owners compared to average consumers. Our Infographic offers some of our key findings.
Experian and economists from Moody's Analytics present a macro-economic review of small business credit health based on Q2 2016 data. Though this webinar you will gain insights on Brexit impact on U.S. small business, thriving construction trends, rising bankruptcy trends in West Virginia and the outlook for the coming quarter.
The Experian/Moody’s Analytics Main Street Report brings deep insight into the overall financial well-being of the small-business landscape. Small-business credit conditions improved in the second quarter. With the exception of some specific segments, delinquency and bankruptcy rates declined. Sentiment among small businesses is positive, with 11 percent planning to increase employment and 26 percent considering additional capital investment. Despite some downside risks, the sectors remain stable and well-positioned for growth.
Experian®, the leading global information services company, and Moody’s Analytics have teamed up to develop the new Experian/Moody’s Analytics Main Street Report. Unlike previous quarterly analyses, the new report brings deeper insight into the overall financial well-being of the small-business landscape, as well as providing commentary around what certain trends mean for credit grantors and the small-business community as a whole. Key factors of the Main Street Report include a combination of business credit data (credit balances, delinquency rates, utilization rates, etc.) and macroeconomic information (employment rates, income, retail sales, investments, etc.).
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