Moody's Investment Grade

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Moody's investment grade

A rating of one through four assigned by Moody's Investors Service to bonds.

Moody's Investment Grade

1. A ratings system used by Moody's to gauge the risk of municipal bonds and the creditworthiness of their issuers. The ratings are number one through four, with a one (MIG 1) representing the highest quality and a four (MIG 4) representing the lowest quality.

2. In other bonds, a rating higher than Baa, indicating that the issue is sufficiently low risk as to allow banks to invest in them. See: Investment-grade.

Moody's Investment Grade (MIG)

A rating system used by Moody's Investors Service for municipal notes. The rating system classifies notes into four grades: MIG 1, best quality; MIG 2, high quality; MIG 3, favorable quality; and MIG 4, adequate quality.
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In addition, the agencies affirmed their respective MIG1 and SP-1+ short-term ratings on the county's GO bond anticipation notes series 2018.
Concurrently, Moody's has maintained the Aa2 rating on the city's outstanding GO debt and the MIG1 on the city's Series 2015 Note Anticipation Notes (NANs).
The MIG1 rating incorporates the city's track record of strong market access, underlying credit quality, and high projected internal liquidity relative to outstanding notes.
Moody's Investors Services assigned an MIG1 rating -- the highest bond anticipation note rating given by the bond-rating agency.
There was strong genetic similarity between the papaya accessions IMA6 (Papayi) and MIG1 (Papayi) and between JKU2 (Papayi) and KIZ3 (Apoyo) (Figure 1) all of which were classified in cluster A.
C PC E %G1 MIG1 %G2 MIG2 X I 53,0 163,7 16,7 43,7 12,5 46,1 DP I 11,8 8,9 5,9 7,5 3,8 8,5 X J 62,1 172,7 15,5 52,4 12,0 54,6 DP J 8,3 6,3 3,4 5,9 2,1 6,5 DifX I/J -9,1 -9,1 1,2 -8,6 0,5 -8,5 P * I/J ,001 ,000 ,330 ,000 ,530 ,000 RES.
(1) [MIG.sup.*] = f(TENURE, HOUSE, #CHILD, EDU, NCENTRAL, SOUTH, WEST, MIG1, MIG2, MIG3, UNR, CONSTANT)
(2) EARN = f(MIG, MIG1, MIG2, MIG3, EDU, TENURE, RACE, OCCUP, DOCC*MIG,
MIG1 = 1 if residence changed one year ago = otherwise
Estimation of Earning, Single Household Heads Male Female MIG -0.858 -2.136(**) MIG1 0.466(*) (*)0.003 MIG2 -0.043 0.414 MIG3 0.355 -0.138 EDU 0.061(**) (*)0.126(***) TENURE 0.002(***) 0.002(***) RACE 0.304(***) 0.043 OCCUP 0.095 0.149 DOCC*MIG -0.736(***) -0.012 DOCC1*MIG1 -0.327 -0.080 DOCC2*MIG2 -0.260 -0.179 DOCC3*MIG3 -0.248 -0.113 NCENTRAL 0.207 -0.038 SOUTH 0.009 0.040 WEST 0.254(*) 0.158 LAMBDA 0.653(**) 1.073(***) CONSTANT 1.046(***) 0.764 [R.sup.2] 0.300 0.288 Notes: *** Statistically significant at the one percent level.
Significance of MIG1 for husbands indicates that they experience lower earnings for a year later, due to migration.