credit rating service

credit rating service

See credit reporting agency.

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The international credit rating service, however, warned that economic growth is susceptible to rising political tensions, renewed security and terrorist-related unrest and a weaker rupee reflecting a build-up of external pressures.
CREDIT rating service DBRS has upgraded its long-term rating for Cyprus from B (low) to B, it announced on Friday.
The credit rating service cited "heightened regulatory and country risk in Nigeria" and fears that MTN's liquidity could "weaken significantly," depending on the ultimate size of the fine and the timing of its payment.
The weight of these transactions is making folks inside and outside the industry a bit cautious, with credit rating service Moody's among those expressing reservations about the debt load.
The Moody's credit rating service said on Tuesday that oil producers might be looking at a 20 percent drop in activity next year because of lower commodity prices.
Buamim remarked that Dubai Chamber brought about its credit rating service due to demand from the business community for accurate access to information.
An interesting and important service that the Chamber provides, and is highlighting at GITEX, is its credit rating service.
The freak October snowstorm that dumped more than 2 feet of snow in some locations is expected to be a major capital or credit event for the property and casualty insurance industry, says credit rating service Moody's.
The credit rating service agreement between Bulgaria and JCRA was signed in 2005; it expired on June 30, 2007, but gets automatically renewed each year unless another agreement is negotiated.
The credit rating service, which said the rating effects about $325 million in debt, believes that though newspaper ad revenue will continue to drop in the high single digits through the end of the year, but that the revenue was "stabilize" in 2011.
It offers cover against losses arising from nonpayment by customers as well as a debt-collection and credit rating service.
Coface, the country risk and credit rating service, is reporting payment defaults increasing 45 percent over the first four months of 2008 compared to the same period in 2007.