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Notch

Slang; in bond trading, a small increase or decrease in a bond rating. For example, if a rating goes from AAA to AA+, it is said to decline by a notch.
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The notching for loss severity reflects the notes' higher loss-severity risks compared with senior unsecured instruments due to the notes' subordinated status.
The objective of this study was to find the accuracy of uterine artery diastolic notching during the second trimester of pregnancy in predicting pre-eclampsia in primigravida patients in our own setup.
MARC's notching guidelines for rating Basel III-compliant capital instruments are as follows:-
No notched lobsters died in tank A immediately after notching, and only 1 lobster died in tank B immediately after notching.
Following surface closure, the columellar sill is inspected for step-off deformities and additional sutures are placed if notching is evident.
In general, falling-weight tests are easier to use because no notching of samples is required.
144, for rules related to notching and boring studs.
Fitch Ratings has updated the criteria report titled 'Treatment and Notching of Hybrids in Nonfinancial Corporate and REIT Credit Analysis'.
It incorporates the Tyler Model 4100 cabinet end panel machine with four adjustable dado heads and the Tyler Model 4200 toe kick notching machine, which accepts workpieces from the end panel machine to produce toe kick notches.
Further, depending on the mix of debt employed, the current notching between the secured and unsecured senior debt could widen.
Best's typical notching by widening the spread between the operating company and the holding company ICR from two to three notches.
Fitch's new methodology was released in a special report entitled 'Insurance Industry: Global Notching Methodology,' and delineates the impact of default risk, and recovery given default, on ratings.