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Only 5% Asia Pacific infra firms highly exposed to COVID-19 disruptions: Moody's

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Barely 5 percent of the rated project and infrastructure companies in Asia Pacific have high exposure to coronavirus disruptions, Moody's Investor Service said on Wednesday. Pressure has eased for Chinese toll roads, while a small number of utilities face moderate exposure, it said.

A high proportion (67 percent) of rated project and infrastructure companies in Asia Pacific continue to have low exposure to the coronavirus-related disruptions, supported by their essential nature and predictable cashflows, Moody's Investors Service said in a statement.

“The number of companies with high exposure has reduced in recent months, particulary the Chinese toll road sector following the end of the toll-free period and with recovering traffic volumes,” said Arnon Musiker, senior vice president and manager at Moody's.

Airports now make up most of the high exposure category, he said.

Whereas Moody's in April estimated 9 percent of project and infrastructure companies had high exposure to coronavirus disruptions, this number has now declined to 5 percent.

"On the other hand, a small number of power utilities now have moderate exposure to coronavirus disruption, given rising pressure from falling power prices and lower demand, which is only partly offset by lower fuel costs," the statement said.

Following the reclassification of these toll roads and utilities, the number of companies with moderate exposure has increased to 28 percent from 23 percent in April.

“Moreover, a limited number of projects with exposure to commodity risk – particularly energy-related – also face rising challenges following the recent material fall in oil, gas and coal prices,” Musiker said.

Still, the majority – 67 percent – of companies face low exposure, and include regulated utilities, projects and public-private partnerships, the statement said adding, this risk exposure for regulated networks remains low notwithstanding temporary tariff relief measures instituted by certain companies, given their temporary nature and immaterial effect on metrics.

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Dollar Retreats Over Increased Hopes of Global Economic Recovery

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The U.S. dollar was down on Wednesday morning in Asia after increasing optimism over a global economic recovery from COVID-19 increased investor risk appetite.

Investors focused on countries continuing to loosen lockdown measures and restarting their economies, despite the ever-growing number of COVID-19 cases and no cure.

There are almost 6.4 million global cases of the virus as of June 3, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The U.S. Dollar Index that tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies fell 0.24% to 97.427 by 11:49 PM ET (4:49 AM GMT) as investors retreated from the safe-haven asset.

“The U.S. dollar is generally weak... The economy recovery story is the main factor.

The USD/JPY pair was down 0.05% to 108.61. The yen is also considered a safe-haven asset.

The USD/CNY pair rose 0.16% to 7.1107. China’s Caixin/Markit services Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) reading for May was 55, indicating a return to growth for the country’s services sector for the first time since January.

The AUD/USD pair gained 0.66% to 0.6939 even after the Bureau of Statistics said that Australia’s GDP fell 0.3% during the first quarter of 2020.

Daiwa Securities’ Ishizuki remained optimistic about the AUD, saying that “The Australian dollar has a lot of room to run because there are still a lot of shorts that need to be covered.”

The NZD/USD pair rose 0.71% to 0.6413 and the GBP/USD pair gained 0.31% to 1.2588.

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