B1/B+

Definition

One of the lowest investment ratings assigned to a security. Rating agencies base their ratings on a firm's creditworthiness. In other words, a rating is a measure of the likelihood of default. A security with a B1/B+ rating is considered speculative. The B1 designation is used by Moody's. The B+ designation is used by Fitch and Standard & Poor's.
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