Per Moody’s la banca più antica d’Italia è ad un passo dal livello “junk”, troppo grande il rischio di chi investe in MPS per l’agenzia di rating
Occhi puntati sulla tabella, Moody’s ha declassato Banca Montepaschi di Siena di ben 3 “gradini” in un colpo solo (da Ba2 a B2) con outlook negativo.
Vi abbiamo evidenziato nella grafica (in rosso) il taglio di rating odierno, direi che il tutto si commenta da solo, per la prima volta leggo di blog (anche abbastanza “abbottonati” di norma) che cominciano a scrivere la parola tabù: “fallimento”.
Ecco la scala di Moodys:
|Moody’s credit ratings
|Rated as the highest quality and lowest credit risk.
Best ability to repay short-term debt
|Rated as high quality and very low credit risk.
|Rated as upper-medium grade and low credit risk.
Best ability or high ability to repay short term debt
|Rated as medium grade, with some speculative elements and moderate credit risk.
High ability to repay short term debt
High ability or acceptable ability to repay short term debt
Acceptable ability to repay short term debt
|Judged to have speculative elements and a significant credit risk.
Do not fall within any of the prime categories
|Judged as being speculative and a high credit risk.
|Rated as poor quality and very high credit risk.
|Judged to be highly speculative and with likelihood of being near or in default, but some possibility of recovering principal and interest.
|Rated as the lowest quality, usually in default and low likelihood of recovering principal or interest.