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Country risk refers to the risk of investing in a country, dependent on changes in the business environment that may adversely affect operating profits or the value of assets in a specific country. For example, financial factors such as currency controls, devaluation or regulatory changes, or stability factors such as mass riots, civil war and other potential events contribute to companies' operational risks. This term is also sometimes referred to as political risk, however country risk is a more general term, which generally only refers to risks affecting all companies operating within a particular country. Political risk analysis providers and credit rating agencies use different methodologies to assess and rate countries' comparative risk exposure. Credit rating agencies tend to use quantitative econometric models and focus on financial analysis, whereas political risk providers tend to use qualitative methods, focusing on political analysis. However, there is no consensus on methodology in assessing credit and political risks. Contents 1 Country risk ratings 2 Partial list of country risk premium 3 Partial list of credit risk rating agencies 4 Partial list of political risk analysis organizations 5 Downloadable Country Analysis and Reports 6 References // Country risk ratings Country risk rankings Least risky countries, Score out of 100 Source: Euromoney Country risk March 2010[1] Rank Previous Country Overall score 1 1 Norway 94.05 2 2 Luxembourg 92.35 3 3 Switzerland 90.65 4 4 Denmark 88.55 5 6 Finland 87.81 6 5 Sweden 86.81 7 7 Austria 86.50 8 11 Canada 86.09 9 8 Netherlands 84.86 10 9 Australia 84.16 The least-risky countries for investment. Ratings are further broken down into components including political risk, economic risk. Euromoney's bi-annual country risk index "Country risk survey" monitors the political and economic stability of 185 sovereign countries. Results focus foremost on economics, specifically sovereign default risk and/or payment default risk for exporters (a.k.a. "trade credit" risk). Partial list of country risk premium List of Credit Default Swap premiums of various countries (German) and English Translation Partial list of credit risk rating agencies Fitch Ratings (U.S.) Moody's (U.S.) Standard & Poor's (U.S) Business Monitor International CTRISKS (Greater China) Partial list of political risk analysis organizations The Legion Group Eurasia Group Political Risk Services Group Economist Intelligence Unit Business Monitor International [2] Downloadable Country Analysis and Reports The Benche Analysis & Reports References ^ [1]: Bi-annual survey which monitors the political and economic stability of 185 sovereign countries, according to ratings agencies and market experts. The information is compiled from Risk analysts; poll of economic projections; on GNI; World Bank’s Global Development Finance data; Moody’s Investors Service, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch IBCA; OECD consensus groups (source: ECGD); the US Exim Bank and Atradius UK; heads of debt syndicate and loan syndications; Atradius, London Forfaiting, Mezra Forfaiting and WestLB. This business term article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e