What companies are rated AAA?
As it stands, only two U.S. corporations have a AAA rating as of February 2020: Microsoft (MSFT) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). 4 This means the chance of default these two companies have compared to the U.S. government is lower.
Is BB better than BBB?
“AAA” and “AA” (high credit quality) and “A” and “BBB” (medium credit quality) are considered investment grade. Credit ratings for bonds below these designations (“BB,” “B,” “CCC,” etc.) are considered low credit quality, and are commonly referred to as “junk bonds.”
Which companies have BBB credit rating?
Three companies are rated ‘BBB-‘: Ford Motor Co., Energy Transfer L.P., and Broadcom Inc. These represent 27% of the top 10 debt. The outlooks are stable.
What are the 4 credit rating companies?
The Big Three credit rating agencies are S&P Global Ratings (S&P), Moody’s, and Fitch Group. S&P and Moody’s are based in the US, while Fitch is dual-headquartered in New York City and London, and is controlled by Hearst.
What is Berkshire Hathaway credit rating?
S&P Global Ratings affirmed the AA+ financial strength and long-term issuer credit ratings of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s core operating insurance subsidiaries, including National Indemnity Co., Government Employees Insurance Co.
What does AAA rating mean?
What Is AAA? AAA is the highest possible rating that may be assigned to an issuer’s bonds by any of the major credit rating agencies. AAA-rated bonds have a high degree of creditworthiness because their issuers are easily able to meet financial commitments and have the lowest risk of default.
Is an A2 credit rating good?
Ba2/BB are credit ratings just below investment grade, considered more speculative. Ba2 falls above the Ba3 rating and below Ba1, while BB is above BB- and below BB+.
What companies have a bond rating?
For the details (such as outlooks and updates) click on the corresponding company.
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What is the credit rating of Apple?
— Moody’s assigns Aa1 rating to Apple’s new senior notes.
What bond rating is junk?
Bonds with a rating of BBB- (on the Standard & Poor’s and Fitch scale) or Baa3 (on Moody’s) or better are considered “investment-grade.” Bonds with lower ratings are considered “speculative” and often referred to as “high-yield” or “junk” bonds.