January 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;1/10/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p38
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the domestic ratings of the U.S. equity and debt funds, short term debt, U.S. domestic bonds, U.S. high-yield corporate debt, U.S. high grade corporate debt, global bonds, U.S. asset-backed securities and U.S. long-term straight debt. Some of the groups included in the list are: Citigroup; Lehman Brothers; Morgan Stanley; Merrill Lynch; JP Morgan Chase; CSFB; Goldman Sachs; UBS; BofA Securities; Deutsche Bank; Bear Steams; Royal Bank of Scotland; Countrywide Securities; and Barclays Capital.


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