Standard & poor's financial strength

• Abbreviated S&P Financial Strength. The ranking S&P uses to rate the company's growth, quality, and stability of earnings and dividends using 8 levels, from A+ (highest) to B+ (average) to C (lowest) to D (in reorganization).


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