A, AA, AAA are letters indicating that a share or bond or bank has a certain rating for reliability. The AAA rating (called the triple A rating) is given by Standard & Poor’s or by Moody’s Investors Service, and indicates a very high level of reliability for a corporate or municipal bond in the USA.

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