Rating agencies

What is a rating agency?

The companies, countries or regions issuing bonds, known as the issuers (borrowers), are given a credit rating by credit agencies, such as Standard and Poor’s, Moody’s and Fitch. So they are somehow graded, or rated according to its solvency or the risk that the borrower will default.

Rating agency in Spanish: Agencia de calificación

Rating agency in French: Agence de notation

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