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Risk Rating

Within fixed income, that is, bills, promissory notes, bonds and obligations, the rating is used to measure the solvency of an investor. This solvency refers to that the issuer pays the promised interest and, eventually, returns the money borrowed. This rating uses a series of letter combinations: AAA means maximum solvency, and C warns of the high risk of delinquency. Between these extremes is a series of letters that indicate the different degrees of solvency. Investors world round rely on this rating when deciding to but this or that issue. Furthermore, sometimes that only buy or sell based on this rating.
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