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S&P Global's Technology & Innovation Capabilities

Technology underpins everything we do at S&P Global and is essential to our ability to deliver the data, analysis, and insights our clients rely on. Find out more about how data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning and more are transforming the way we power the markets of the future.

Supporting Our People With Disabilities

We believe #ChangePays

In this video, our colleagues in Asia-Pacific share what #ChangePays, S&P Global’s work showcasing the benefits of inclusive economies, means to them.

Bridging the Global Skills Gap

S&P Global is committed to bridging the global skills gap as part of our enterprise corporate responsibility commitment. In this video, learn more about our partnership with the Smile Foundation and the Smile Twin e-Learning Program Centers (STeP), part of our efforts to support professional, personal and technological development in the workforce in India.

About S&P Global

At S&P Global, we don’t give you intelligence—we give you essential intelligence. The essential intelligence you need to make decisions with conviction. We’re the world’s foremost provider of ratings, benchmarks and analytics in the global capital and commodity markets. Our divisions include:

• S&P Global Ratings, which provides credit ratings, research
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  • At the conclusion of a difficult week, the world surpassed 1 million confirmed cases of #coronavirus and the total global death toll neared 60,000. The combination of the coronavirus, #oil price war, and market volatility has troubling implications for the global economy. Yet as investors grapple with the economic fallout of COVID-19 and seek to understand its impact, China has become an unexpected stabilizing force in emerging markets. Read today's #COVID19 Daily Update for Friday, April 3, 2020 at the link in bio.
  • Asymptomatic cases of #coronavirus, lack of access to comprehensive testing, and doubts over the validity of official totals signal that the actual number of confirmed cases worldwide may be far greater than what has been reported. Roughly 24% of the world's reported cases are in the U.S., where yesterday’s toll of 920 deaths was the highest since the outbreak began. Global unemployment is rising to levels higher than during the Global Financial Crisis, as economic forecasts on the coronavirus’ long-term effects worsen. Low-income status is linked to higher health risks, and recent research shows at-risk individuals may be 10 times as likely to contract the coronavirus. Tap the link in bio to read today's #COVID19 Daily Update for April 2, 2020.
  • Measures to stem the #coronavirus pandemic have pushed the world’s largest economies into near-hibernation. While China shows early signs of re-emergence, the U.S. and Europe aren’t yet at the viral peak. Combined with a collapse in oil prices and record volatility in the markets, creditworthiness around the world is feeling significant pressure. Following movement restrictions and closures of large portions of the economy due to COVID-19 and the swift onset of recession, all of S&P Global Ratings' sector outlooks in U.S. public finance are now negative. The longer and more severe the global pandemic, the more likely global food supply chains become stressed and agricultural commodity prices dislocate from the broader commodity complex, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices. Tap the link in bio to read today's #COVID19 Daily Update for April 1, 2020.
  • 🎧The Essential Podcast from S&P Global is dedicated to sharing #EssentialIntelligence with those working in and affected by financial markets. Host Nathan Hunt focuses on issues of immediate importance to global financial markets — #macroeconomic trends, the credit cycle, #climaterisk, energy transition, and global trade — in interviews with subject matter experts from around the world. 🌎On the first episode, Nathan interviews Paul Gruenwald, Global Chief Economist at S&P Global Ratings, to understand the economic implications of the #COVID19 global health crisis, the effectiveness of fiscal and monetary policy, and the path to a recovery. ⏯️Listen to the Essential Podcast at the link in bio.
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Whitby, CA
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