Take Five: Banks, bottom lines, Brexit

Source: Reuters - View Original Article
Published: Oct 09, 2020
Category:
Bias Rating:

84% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 84% Conservative:

  • 1 negative sentiment for European Union


Policies:

European Union

Sentiments

  •   Conservative
  •   Neutral
96% "Several sticking points still remain.""
94% "(Graphic: How much debt relief will DSSI provide countries - )""
92% "More than 100 countries have requested IMF help; demand for support could reach $100 billion.""
87% "But amid warnings 100 million people could fall into extreme poverty, World Bank President David Malpass wants banks and investors to also provide relief ..."
84% "(Graphic: Sterling and the ebb and flow of Brexit - )""
-89% "a jump in long yields has pushed the gap between five-year and 30-year borrowing costs to the widest since 2016.""
-93% "Extending that by six months would provide another $6.4 billion of relief, rising to $11.4 billion if it runs to end-2021.""
-95% "but there is hope that after two quarters of hefty provisioning against bad loans, potential loan losses have mostly been covered.""
-99% "Energy companies are seen faring worst, with earnings down 115% from a year ago, according to Refinitiv.""


*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

Extremely
Liberal

Very
Liberal

Moderate-left

Neutral

Moderate-right

Very
Conservative

Extremely
Conservative

100%

100%

Contributing sentiments towards policy:

84% : (Graphic: Sterling and the ebb and flow of Brexit - )
96% : Policymakers speaking in coming days will certainly be quizzed on that.
96% : Several sticking points still remain.
94% : (Graphic: How much debt relief will DSSI provide countries - )
92% : More than 100 countries have requested IMF help; demand for support could reach $100 billion.
87% : But amid warnings 100 million people could fall into extreme poverty, World Bank President David Malpass wants banks and investors to also provide relief to DSSI countries.
11% : a jump in long yields has pushed the gap between five-year and 30-year borrowing costs to the widest since 2016.
7% : Tech earnings are predicted to fall just 0.5% percent.
7% : Extending that by six months would provide another $6.4 billion of relief, rising to $11.4 billion if it runs to end-2021.
5% : but there is hope that after two quarters of hefty provisioning against bad loans, potential loan losses have mostly been covered.
1% : Energy companies are seen faring worst, with earnings down 115% from a year ago, according to Refinitiv.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap