Self-proclaimed King of Debt would be worse for credit markets than Clinton

Policy proposals put forward by the two candidates in the 2016 U.S. presidential election race could change operating conditions for a range of sectors, but Hillary Clinton’s would have far more positive implications for credit markets than Donald Trump’s, according to a new Moody’s Investors Service report released Thursday.

Moody’s reviewed five areas that are important to corporate credit issuers, namely international trade, financial regulation, immigration, corporate tax policy and health care. The agency provided a side-by-side comparison of which proposals would be credit negative and credit positive for companies in different sectors, showing Clinton with far more credit-positive proposals than her opponent.

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