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an evaluation by a rating company of the probability that a particular bond issue will default

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By maintaining its bond ratings, the city is expected to save an estimated $2.
SAN ANTONIO, July 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The City of San Antonio's 'AAA' general obligation bond rating has been re-affirmed by the three major bond rating agencies - Standard & Poor's, Fitch and Moody's - for the fifth time since 2010.
According to the bill analysis, only charter schools that show "both academic and financial integrity" would be able to use the state's bond rating.
Unfortunately, accounting studies that employ bond ratings (as either independent or dependent variable measures) do not address the issue of split bond ratings because such studies do not use more than one bond rating source (e.
Neural networks provide a more general framework for connecting financial input about a company to an output, the bond rating," he asserts.
A solid bond rating does not, of course, constitute success by itself, and Worcester faces many challenges, including how to wrestle down its far-too-high commercial tax rate so as to improve its competitive stature.
Leading up to the downturn, the Big 3 bond ratings agencies failed to sound the alarm, resulting in serious damage to many investors.
If this drags out for a month or two, it's probably going to affect our bond ratings,'' Gewe said last week.
John Moody published the first public bond ratings, for railroad bonds, in 1909.
Dincesen, President of Benchmark Bond Ratings, Inc.
Meanwhile, Moody's Investors Service and Fitch Ratings have reaffirmed their bond ratings for the city from the previous year, with Moody's at Aa3 and Fitch at AA-.
NEW YORK, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Kroll Bond Ratings (www.
The outlook is a prediction of how the city's bond ratings will look in the near future and is not an evaluation of the current state.
Bond ratings for insured bonds are reflected on Fitch's web site as the higher of the IFS rating and the underlying rating.
Talking about municipal bond ratings is like watching paint dry - you try to avoid it whenever and wherever possible.