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Ares Management Corporation (ARES)

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Previous Close55.11
Bid42.00 x 900
Ask55.89 x 800
Day's Range54.90 - 56.33
52 Week Range29.66 - 57.70
Avg. Volume679,495
Market Cap8.981B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.10
PE Ratio (TTM)64.06
EPS (TTM)0.87
Earnings DateApr 29, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield1.88 (3.41%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 16, 2021
1y Target Est61.67
  • Moody's

    CPG International LLC -- Moody's upgrades CPG International LLC's (AZEK) CFR to Ba3; outlook stable

    Rating Action: Moody's upgrades CPG International LLC's (AZEK) CFR to Ba3; outlook stableGlobal Credit Research - 13 Apr 2021Approximately $467 million of debt securities affectedNew York, April 13, 2021 -- Moody's Investors Service (Moody's) upgraded CPG International LLC's (a wholly owned subsidiary of The AZEK Company Inc.) (AZEK) Corporate Family Rating to Ba3 from B1 and Probability of Default Rating to Ba3-PD from B1-PD. Moody's also upgraded the rating on the company's first lien senior secured term loan to B1 from B2. AZEK's SGL-2 Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating was maintained.The upgrade of the Corporate Family Rating to Ba3 reflects AZEK's strong credit metrics, including debt to EBITDA of about 2.2x, and pro forma EBITDA to interest coverage of approximately 6.0x at December 31, 2020.

  • Bloomberg

    Liquidity Will Delay Default Spike for 2-3 Years, Ares CEO Says

    (Bloomberg) -- Liquidity pumped into the credit markets during the pandemic could stave off a spike in defaults for several years, Ares Management Corp. Chief Executive Officer Michael Arougheti said.“There’s underlying stress that will find its way into the markets but I don’t think that’s anytime soon,” Arougheti said at a virtual Bloomberg News event this week. Default rates are “artificially low” and asset prices are buoyant because “there’s so much liquidity masking that default rate that we’ve all grown accustomed to seeing at this point in the cycle that we’re probably two to three years out before we start seeing a traditional default cycle play out.”Progress against Covid-19 and a strengthening economy are providing support for small businesses, helped by the Federal Reserve’s easy monetary policy and the Biden administration’s focus on growth, according to Arougheti, whose alternative-investment firm oversees about $197 billion in assets. While the forecast is improving, large swaths of the economy including retail, hospitality and travel have a long road to recovery.“The outlook for small business is probably better than I would have predicted as recently as six months ago, but we’re not quite out of the woods yet,” he said.This is creating openings for lenders to provide capital to companies that haven’t had access to federal stimulus money, including small businesses or non-traditional borrowers who banks avoid that can use their assets as collateral.More MergersArougheti expects more mergers in his business, helped by the growth in private credit. “The alternatives-asset management space is consolidating and moving to scale,” he said.Private Credit to See Expansion, Consolidation in 2020: DechertPart of that is due to supply and demand dynamics -- the larger a manager is, the better access it has to quality investment opportunities that drive higher returns and out-performance. Bigger players are also able to write larger checks to win deals and score better talent.“And that’s when you get into this virtuous cycle of scale begetting scale,” Arougheti said.Private credit -- the illiquid counterpart to the leveraged loan and high-yield bond market that has grown to $890 billion -- is on pace for continued expansion, according to Arougheti.The firm sees opportunity in Europe and Asia for the asset class, and expects new investors to be attracted to both its resiliency during the pandemic and the ability to find yield in a low-rate environment.“It grows as the economies grow, it grows as banks consolidate and change risk behavior, it grows as investor demand for the asset class continues to shift,” he said. “I think we’re just getting started -- for every market that we plan that is maturing, a new market is opening up.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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