A−

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Note that this entry uses the minus sign. See also A- which uses the hyphen.
See also: a-, A-, A, A+, and Appendix:Variations of "a"

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A−

  1. (finance) Long-term bond credit rating by S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings, indicating that a bond is upper-medium grade with low risk of default.

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A− (plural A−'s)

  1. Academic grade issued by some institutions, which is inferior to an A and superior to a B+.