Next-Credit Ratings Are Still Important In Determining Stock Valuation

October 1st, 2000 by hackel Leave a reply »

During the height of the credit crises a short 2 years ago, the hint of a credit downgrade was sure to result in an outsized drop in the underlying stock. Now, with balance sheet re-liquefaction and built-up capital, the fear of a credit rating is not near as worrisome.

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