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kre di twur dhee nuhs

  • n  trustworthiness with money as based on a person's credit history; a general qualification for borrowing

  • The most widely used ranking of individual creditworthiness is the FICO score.
  • Citing the government's difficulty in reining in inflation, Moody's, which grades creditworthiness, lowered Vietnam's ratings outlook last week to negative from positive.
  • So I call on the United States to maintain its creditworthiness, abide by its commitments and ensure the security of China's assets.
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  • Wen Jiabao in Reuters
    To speak truthfully, I do indeed have some worries,Wen said in Beijing. "I would like ...... to once again request America to maintain their creditworthiness, keep their promise and guarantee the safety of Chinese assets."
  • Charles Schumer in MarketWatch
    Quite frankly, I think we are at a moment of economic crisis stemming from four key areas: falling housing prices, lack of confidence in creditworthiness, the weak dollar and high oil prices,said Schumer, DN.Y. "Each of these problems...
  • Glenn Stevens in BusinessWeek
    Concerns about sovereign creditworthiness in several European countries have been a focus of financial markets,central bank governor Glenn Stevens said in a statement explaining the rate decision. "Investors have generally displayed a good...

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