Moody’s Considering Changes To Structured Finance Ratings

  • 04 Feb 2008
Moody’s Investors Service may change a number of things about the way it rates thousands of mortgage bonds and other securities, reports The Wall Street Journal. The rating agency may also include labels which warn potential investors about the limits of a rating. Moody’s goal is to illustrate ...

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