Credit Agency Discussion



  • To make everything easier, everything until we set our criteria from this message will be an out of character discussion.


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    OOC: Alan Reid arrives.


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    Oh hello my wonderfulies! My, my, my, I?m super duper excited to here, it?s not even comprehendible! To even dream, that only one day ago I broke out of an asylum, and now I find myself plonked here, how exquisite, oh hey- that?s me! Look at me, I'm so exquisite! Hehehe. Now, now, now, let's stop being so energizicle. The criteria Mr. Hawk Hitchcock spoke of were quite fantastical and I can't think of any more I should addsicle! But what kind of cutsicle criteria will be used when we are staring-down the bees-knees private companies? If I am correcticle, I believe there?s a threesome of companies currently part of the scandalous the S&P 200?

    ~Lord Exquisite



  • Calm down Lord Exquisite, I think you may have fogged up your monocle.



  • Now, if we could readjust focus...



  • Ok so in order to express things in Euros for better comparison we will need to know how to calculate exchange rates specifically Euros per home currency.

    In order to figure out how much a nation's currency is worth you use this site:

    http://tracker.conquestofabsolution.com/

    It lists how your exchange rate in NS$.

    Suppose a nation has an exchange rate of 1 bullet = $2 NS. Then in order to calculate Euros per bullets you'd have to multiply the Ns per Bullet by Euro per NS. In this case Euro per NS is equal to .9 as seen here :

    http://z12.invisionfree.com/European_Union...?showtopic=2058

    This means that Euros per bullet = 2(.9) = 1.8 You would then multiply GDP numbers by this.

    Now let's consider nation B with an exchange rate of 2 bullet = 1 NS. We need to change this into NS per bullet. In order to do this we divide the NS by 2 meaning 1 bullet = .5 NS. Then you multiply by Euro per NS. Nation B's exchange rate= .5(.9)= .45 Euro per bullet.

    If you need further explanation please let me know.



  • "Now that we've had this discussion, let us all go forth and use our agencies to the best of our abilities. Remember that we have Europe's fate in our hands."

    (OOC: I'd like to get this done by February 10, is that possible?)


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    ((I'm confused, all GTA explained is how we get the exchange rates... what are you expecting us to do?))



  • You use the criteria discussed in order to come up with the ratings. How you weight certain things is up to the specific agency.

    Should we come up with a standard range of ratings though? Or should each agency have a different range of letter ratings?



  • Is there a final list of Nations that will be examined by the credit agencies? Or is it up to the individual agency to do this?



  • Preliminary list for countries to be evaluated. If I have left off any nations or you think nations should be removed let me know.

    Gun-Toting Animals
    Duxburian Union
    Rhine Ruhr
    Pax Aurea
    Brecon
    GDR
    Marrakechia
    Os Corelia
    Mongolia
    Austrur
    Tierra del Helios
    Laois-Offaly
    The United Kingdom
    Kryuland
    Australian States
    Catalunya I Balears
    Northern Caesarea
    West Embria
    Aleutia
    Belarum
    Occoron
    Angleter
    Inquista
    Tamil Islands
    Mongolia in Exile



  • bump.



  • QUOTE (Gun-Toting Animals @ Jan 28 2012, 02:06 PM)

    Preliminary list for countries to be evaluated. If I have left off any nations or you think nations should be removed let me know.

    Gun-Toting Animals
    Duxburian Union
    Rhine Ruhr
    Pax Aurea
    Brecon
    GDR
    Marrakechia
    Os Corelia
    Mongolia
    Austrur
    Tierra del Helios
    Laois-Offaly
    The United Kingdom
    Kryuland
    Serbia
    Catalunya I Balears
    Northern Caesarea
    West Embria
    Aleutia
    Belarum
    Occoron
    Angleter
    Inquista
    Tamil Islands
    Mongolia in Exile

    Take out Serbia and replace it with The Australian States (Serbia will be thrown out soon).


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