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unrated

(ʌnˈreɪtɪd)
adj
1. not rated, classified, or censured according to content
2. not rated or classified
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-July 30, 2019-Hoist Finance receives subscription commitment from a CarVal Investors' fund for an unrated securitisation
ENPNewswire-July 30, 2019--Hoist Finance has received commitment from a CarVal Investors fund for an unrated securitisation
Global Banking News-July 30, 2019-Hoist Finance receives subscription commitment from a CarVal Investors' fund for an unrated securitisation
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 30, 2019-Hoist Finance receives subscription commitment from a CarVal Investors' fund for an unrated securitisation
Economic Offer of Unrated Prices: Coefficient Applied to the Price of Materials (Weighting: 5%).
Paolo Jerome Barandon, a 16-year-old member of the Milo Checkmate team, finished third in the unrated division of the recent Las Vegas International Chess Festival at Westgate Las Vegas Hotel in Nevada.
A 16-year-old member of the Milo Checkmate team placed third in the overall standing of the unrated division of the recent 2019 Las Vegas International Chess Festival at Westgate Las Vegas Hotel in Nevada.
Now receiving contributed credit risk inputs from more than 40 of the world's top financial institutions, Credit Benchmark publishes monthly consensus credit risk data on over 46,000 rated and unrated counterparties globally across corporates, sovereigns, financial institutions, and funds.
Fitch assumed a 'B' rating for unrated obligors and recovery rates by equipment type.
From the previous tournament edition, six unrated players got their FIDE Rating.
Madmind Studio has decided to cancel the unrated version of its graphic video game "Agony." The reason behind the move is not related to the Mature rating of the version.
* Although the number of new entrants into the sukuk market has declined since 2014, Nigeria issued its first sukuk this year and a number of sovereigns have indicated that they intend to take advantage of the asset-based nature of sukuk financing to finance their sizeable infrastructure needs, including Niger (unrated), Kenya, Ghana, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria (unrated).