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What do the credit rating agencies do?

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Rating agencies are supposed to help provide trust and confidence in financial markets by rating borrowers on their creditworthiness of outstanding debt obligations.  They can, however, run into conflicts of interest and should not be blindly relied on for assessing a borrower’s risk profile.

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