Sony's credit rating lowered to one point above junk bond status

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3 years ago#1
Pretty grim:

Sony rating lowered to one point above junk status by investors

Investor services firm Moody's has reclassified the ailing electronics firm to one point above junk status.

Shrinking consumer demand for electronics has resulted in the Japanese firm's long-term debt rating being lowered one notch, according to Reuters.

Moody's Investor Service now considers the firm applicable to the lowest investment grade level possible before hitting "junk status". Once a company hits this grade, otherwise known as a "BB" rating or "high-yield bond", any investment made is high-risk by default -- something which could impact the company's plans to restructure and recover.

In October, the investment firm began downgrading Sony's status, believing the electronics maker's prospects, despite restructuring efforts, remained negative.

http://www.zdnet.com/sony-rating-lowered-to-one-point-above-junk-status-by-investors-7000007163/
3 years ago#2
Ouch.
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3 years ago#3
No one really looks at that. We good.
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3 years ago#4
Manilo_Punish posted...
No one really looks at that. We good.


Don't you think that impedes Sony's ability to raise capital and develop 1st party games for the vita? It is not like they have boat load of cash to fund vita games, is it?
3 years ago#5
Lol a negative topic and 3 of the first 4 replies are from known trolls. Its so pathetic. Have they nothing else to do with their lives except linger on a forum for a system they don't own and troll it.
3 years ago#6
Anyone else think that Fiercejello and Nariusseldon are the same person. They both post similar topics.
3 years ago#7
nariusseldon posted...
Manilo_Punish posted...
No one really looks at that. We good.


Don't you think that impedes Sony's ability to raise capital and develop 1st party games for the vita? It is not like they have boat load of cash to fund vita games, is it?


No, I do not. And they will always have cash. Just because they are in debt doesn't mean they won't make 1st party games and just because their credit rating gets lower one point doesn't mean they won't make 1st party games.

I reiterate: no one really looks at that. We good.
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3 years ago#8
monkeyspoon posted...
Anyone else think that Fiercejello and Nariusseldon are the same person. They both post similar topics.


Maybe....But aren't you a troll to? monkiespoon??
3 years ago#9
From: monkeyspoon | Posted: 11/9/2012 1:34:56 PM | #006
Anyone else think that Fiercejello and Nariusseldon are the same person.

No. Bad news or good news, news is news. Deal with it.
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3 years ago#10
Manilo_Punish posted...
nariusseldon posted...
Manilo_Punish posted...
No one really looks at that. We good.


Don't you think that impedes Sony's ability to raise capital and develop 1st party games for the vita? It is not like they have boat load of cash to fund vita games, is it?


No, I do not. And they will always have cash. Just because they are in debt doesn't mean they won't make 1st party games and just because their credit rating gets lower one point doesn't mean they won't make 1st party games.

I reiterate: no one really looks at that. We good.


/facepalm
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