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Definition: Moody's Bond Survey
A financial publication which is reported weekly, on any publicly traded companies with corporate bonds and quality ratings changes. Many investors involved in bond trading subscribe to this survey. It contains interpretation on the overall market and provides information on any new debt registrations.
This survey reports all changes in bond ratings which happen each week and also covers assets like preferred equity and commercial paper. Since bond prices, and bond yields, are influences by a corporation's bond rating, investors interested to trade in bonds pay close attention to any changes in corporate bond ratings affecting their holdings. Thus this survey becomes of great importance to them.