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Old 12-30-2017, 12:57 PM
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Historical credit ratings. The SEC requires Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s, and other “nationally recognized statistical rating organizations” to report their rating assignments and changes (e.g., upgrades, downgrades, withdrawals) going back to 2010. The agencies publish the reports as XBRL-formatted files, and update them monthly. But “because most researchers are unfamiliar with XBRL and cannot easily locate the history files, this valuable resource has seen limited use,” according to the Center for Municipal Finance’s, which now provides the reports as easier-to-use CSVs. [h/t]

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