m

From ACT Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

1.

Credit rating.

In relation to credit ratings, 'm' is a suffix added to the credit rating to indicate that it applies to a money market fund (rather than to any other type of entity).

So for example "AAAm" would indicate a rating of AAA in relation to a money market fund.


2.

'm' also means one million (1,000,000).

For example EUR 100m = EUR 100,000,000.

Sometimes written "M", "mn' or 'mio'.


See also