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Corporate Finance
Consider two firms one with an FF rating and one
Consider two firms one with an FF rating and one
Consider two firms, one with an FF rating and one with an FFF rating. What is the probability that after 4 years each will have retained its rating? What is the probability that each will have moved to one of the other two ratings?
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