Scope has an interesting report out today that states, ahead of a crisis situation, aircraft valuations begin to narrow as market players become less discriminating in valuing different versions of aircraft models. “Our analysis of 26 years of data shows a trend of the market neglecting to take aircraft-specific factors into consideration around two years before a crisis, and narrowing valuations have proved a feature in 2018,” Helene Spro says. “Along with abundant liquidity and high loan-to-value ratios, this creates a market vulnerable to external shocks,” she says. “Certain riskier investments might suffer losses if a disruptive event occurs.” The
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