B−

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B−

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

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B− (plural B−'s)

  1. An academic grade awarded by some institutions. Slightly better than a C+, slightly worse than a B.