credit rating

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Ticaret) kredi derecelendirme
(Ticaret) kredi değerliliği
Kredi değerlendirmesi
tic. kredi değerlendirmesi
a credit rating
Bir kredi derecelendirme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An estimate, based on a company or person's history of borrowing and repayment and/or available financial resources, that is used by creditors to determine the maximum amount of credit it can extend to a without undue risk
The degree of credit worthiness assigned to a person based on credit history and financial status
Borrowers are rated by lenders according to the borrower's credit-worthiness or risk profile Credit ratings are expressed as letter grades such as A-, B, or C+ These ratings are based on various factors such as a borrower's payment history, foreclosures, bankruptcies and charge-offs There is no exact science to rating a borrower's credit, and different lenders may assign different grades to the same borrower
Official investigation of a company's or individual's history of repaying obligations; performed by a credit agency
A calculation based on one's personal credit history, provided by credit bureaus to lenders, that predicts future credit performance
An evaluation of your ability to pay back a loan It is based on your current financial situation and past performance in debt repayment It takes into account any defaults (see Breach) and slow repayments
Evaluation of an individual or corporation's history of repaying past loans Credit ratings are used as a benchmark to assess the future ability of a creditor to pay back loans
An assessment of your ability to repay debt based on past performance Credit Reporting Agencies collect data from over 4,000 subscribers in Australia including financial institutions, telecommunication providers, and retailers When you apply for a loan or any service where you are sent a bill, like a mobile phone, the financier checks with a credit reporting agency to see if you've had repayment problems in the past They use the information provided by the credit reporting agency to help assess if it will lend you money or supply you with a service Failure to repay debt may impact your credit rating If you've never applied for credit or haven't used credit in the last five years then it's unlikely that a credit reporting agency will have information about you A copy of your credit file can be obtained by writing to the credit reporting agency
A formal evaluation of a company's financial health and ability to repay debt obligations, conducted by a rating agency such as Standard & Poor's, Moody's, Fitch IBCA and Duff & Phelps The agency's evaluation is summarized in a rating, such as BB
-An evaluation by a creditor or credit-reporting agency that reflects a debtor's credit history based on his or her payment pattern
Your credit rating is a judgment of how likely you are to pay money back if you borrow it or buy things on credit. An estimate of the amount of credit that can be extended to a company or person without undue risk. a judgment made by a bank or other company about how likely a person or business is to pay their debts
An assessment of a cardholder's credit history as scored by one of the major credit scoring agents; rated as A, B, or C
A credit reporting agency's ranking of a persons credit worthiness or the way a person lias repaid his/her debts A lender uses an applicants history and rating to decided whether or not to make a loan
Credit agencies are companies that keep track of how you pay your debts (bills) Do you pay on time? Do you make the required payments? When you want to borrow money from a bank or apply for a credit card, the bank or the credit card company will ask a credit agency to rate you Lenders want to know if you are a reliable bill payer before they approve your loan or credit card
An assessment of a persons ability (or history) of debt repayment Most information in a credit rating comes from companies that an individual has credit with such as the banks, department stores, finance companies etc as well as from certain public records such as lawsuits, tax liens, judgments and bankruptcies
Credit worthiness assigned to an individual based on current credit, credit history, and financial standing
Borrowers are rated by lenders according to the borrower's credit-worthiness or risk profile Credit ratings are expressed as letter grades such as A, B, C, D or F These ratings are based on various factors such as a borrower's payment history, foreclosures, bankruptcies and charge-offs There is no exact science to rating a borrower's credit, and different lenders may assign different grades to the same borrower
an assessment of a cardholder’s credit history as scored by one of the major credit scoring agents; rated as A, B, or C
a rating given to a person or company that establishes credit-worthiness based upon present financial condition, experience, and past credit history
a rating given a person or company to establish credit worthiness based upon present financial condition, experience and past credit history
A rating created by authorized credit agencies that denotes a person's credit history
A measure of a bond issuer's creditworthiness as rated by an independent agency, such as Standard & Poor's or Moody's Investor Services Ratings are set as a reflection of the perceived financial stability of the issuer, from AAA to D Bonds rated Baa or higher by Moody's, or BBB or higher by S&P, are considered "investment grade " Conservative investors tend to select funds composed of all AAA rated bonds, or "investment grade" bonds More aggressive investors, looking for high yields, are more interested in funds that invest in lower rated bonds Moody's Standard & Poor's Aaa AAA AaAA AA BaaBBB BaBB BB Caa CCC CaCC CC DDD DD D
credit check, extent of a borrower's ability to repay credit that will be extended to him
A grade assigned to a business concern to denote the net worth and credit standing to which the concern is entitled in the opinion of the rating agency as a result of its investigation
A predictor of the ability to pay back a loan The credit rating is a result of credit scoring
a numerical score calculated using the information in your credit file The credit rating is often used to determine an individual's credit worthiness and is sometimes referred to as a credit score
– A rating given to a person based on experience managing credit (credit cards, mortgage, loans, etc ), reliability making loan payments current financial condition (income, savings, outstanding debt, etc ) and other factors People with strong credit ratings tend to qualify for lower-cost loans, while people with weaker ratings might have to pay a higher interest rate
credit rating
An assessment of a persons ability (or history) of debt repayment Most information in a credit rating comes from companies that an individual has credit with such as the banks, department stores, finance companies etc as well as from certain public records such as lawsuits, tax liens, judgments and bankruptcies
credit rating
A calculation based on one's personal credit history, provided by credit bureaus to lenders, that predicts future credit performance
credit rating
Borrowers are rated by lenders according to the borrower's credit-worthiness or risk profile Credit ratings are expressed as letter grades such as A-, B, or C+ These ratings are based on various factors such as a borrower's payment history, foreclosures, bankruptcies and charge-offs There is no exact science to rating a borrower's credit, and different lenders may assign different grades to the same borrower
credit rating
A credit reporting agency's ranking of a persons credit worthiness or the way a person lias repaid his/her debts A lender uses an applicants history and rating to decided whether or not to make a loan
credit rating
A grade assigned to a business concern to denote the net worth and credit standing to which the concern is entitled in the opinion of the rating agency as a result of its investigation
credit rating
Evaluation of an individual or corporation's history of repaying past loans Credit ratings are used as a benchmark to assess the future ability of a creditor to pay back loans
credit rating
A rating created by authorized credit agencies that denotes a person's credit history
credit rating
a numerical score calculated using the information in your credit file The credit rating is often used to determine an individual's credit worthiness and is sometimes referred to as a credit score
credit rating
A predictor of the ability to pay back a loan The credit rating is a result of credit scoring
credit rating
Credit agencies are companies that keep track of how you pay your debts (bills) Do you pay on time? Do you make the required payments? When you want to borrow money from a bank or apply for a credit card, the bank or the credit card company will ask a credit agency to rate you Lenders want to know if you are a reliable bill payer before they approve your loan or credit card
credit rating
Official investigation of a company's or individual's history of repaying obligations; performed by a credit agency
credit rating
An evaluation of your ability to pay back a loan It is based on your current financial situation and past performance in debt repayment It takes into account any defaults (see Breach) and slow repayments
credit rating
A formal evaluation of a company's financial health and ability to repay debt obligations, conducted by a rating agency such as Standard & Poor's, Moody's, Fitch IBCA and Duff & Phelps The agency's evaluation is summarized in a rating, such as BB
credit rating
Borrowers are rated by lenders according to the borrower's credit-worthiness or risk profile Credit ratings are expressed as letter grades such as A, B, C, D or F These ratings are based on various factors such as a borrower's payment history, foreclosures, bankruptcies and charge-offs There is no exact science to rating a borrower's credit, and different lenders may assign different grades to the same borrower
credit rating
– A rating given to a person based on experience managing credit (credit cards, mortgage, loans, etc ), reliability making loan payments current financial condition (income, savings, outstanding debt, etc ) and other factors People with strong credit ratings tend to qualify for lower-cost loans, while people with weaker ratings might have to pay a higher interest rate
credit rating
an assessment of a cardholder’s credit history as scored by one of the major credit scoring agents; rated as A, B, or C
credit rating
A measure of a bond issuer's creditworthiness as rated by an independent agency, such as Standard & Poor's or Moody's Investor Services Ratings are set as a reflection of the perceived financial stability of the issuer, from AAA to D Bonds rated Baa or higher by Moody's, or BBB or higher by S&P, are considered "investment grade " Conservative investors tend to select funds composed of all AAA rated bonds, or "investment grade" bonds More aggressive investors, looking for high yields, are more interested in funds that invest in lower rated bonds Moody's Standard & Poor's Aaa AAA AaAA AA BaaBBB BaBB BB Caa CCC CaCC CC DDD DD D
credit rating
a rating given to a person or company that establishes credit-worthiness based upon present financial condition, experience, and past credit history
credit rating
-An evaluation by a creditor or credit-reporting agency that reflects a debtor's credit history based on his or her payment pattern
credit rating
An assessment of a cardholder's credit history as scored by one of the major credit scoring agents; rated as A, B, or C
credit rating
An assessment of your ability to repay debt based on past performance Credit Reporting Agencies collect data from over 4,000 subscribers in Australia including financial institutions, telecommunication providers, and retailers When you apply for a loan or any service where you are sent a bill, like a mobile phone, the financier checks with a credit reporting agency to see if you've had repayment problems in the past They use the information provided by the credit reporting agency to help assess if it will lend you money or supply you with a service Failure to repay debt may impact your credit rating If you've never applied for credit or haven't used credit in the last five years then it's unlikely that a credit reporting agency will have information about you A copy of your credit file can be obtained by writing to the credit reporting agency
credit rating
Credit worthiness assigned to an individual based on current credit, credit history, and financial standing
credit rating
The degree of credit worthiness assigned to a person based on credit history and financial status
credit rating
a rating given a person or company to establish credit worthiness based upon present financial condition, experience and past credit history
credit rating

    الواصلة

    cred·it rat·ing

    التركية النطق

    kredıt reytîng

    النطق

    /ˈkredət ˈrātəɴɢ/ /ˈkrɛdət ˈreɪtɪŋ/

    كلمة اليوم

    gerent
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