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She has a split rating but her turf figure still looks too high on what she's done, being only 3lb lower than her all-weather one.
We see that the split rating dummy is similar in magnitude and has the opposite sign from the seniority variable.
Since 1970 the number of single ratings have dropped precipitously to the point where, in 1995, zero states have a single rating and only a few states have a split rating.
In a few instances, an issuer will go with the lower credit-support level and receive a split rating.
Percentages come into play when there are balances in more than one column and the customer is given a split rating, such as PPT-SLOW30 or SLOW30-60.
3) Thus, in examining the yields on split rated bonds, this paper tests the joint hypotheses that: 1) a split rating is a signal of information opacity, and 2) information opacity is priced by bond investors.
Most publicly issued corporate and municipal bonds are rated by two rating agencies: Moody's and S&E However, the two rating agencies do not always agree on the ratings for a particular issue, resulting in a split rating.
However, in about 15% of cases, these two raters disagree on the letter rating--a so-called split rating.
These new criteria have increased issuers' split ratings (when the agencies assign different ratings to the same issuer).
The only country in Latin America with split ratings, Panama has a rating for government bonds that is non-investment grade Ba1, also with a stable outlook.