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fitch:

see polecatpolecat,
carnivorous mammal of the weasel family. The name refers especially to the common Old World polecat, Mustela putorius, found in wooded areas of N Eurasia and N Africa.
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fitch

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(materials)
A thin sheet of wood, such as a veneer.
A bundle of veneers arranged in the same order as they were cut from a log.

fitch

1. A small thin paintbrush with a long wooden handle; used to reach recessed areas.
2. A thin piece of wood, as a veneer.
3. A bundle of veneers arranged in the same order as cut from the log.
4. A board forming part of a flitch beam.
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While the outcome of these claims are uncertain, Fitch believes the relationship between these entities has clearly been strained and the outcome of this dispute increases event risk and re-financing risk for lenders and is a negative rating factor despite all currently contemplated debt offerings maturing prior to the 2017 PLA expiration.
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Fitch believes there will be significant synergies realized from the proposed merger, including large expense savings, increased capital efficiency, and a better focused international expansion effort.
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Fitch has a surveillance team of four professionals dedicated to CRE CDOs.
Fitch has affirmed the following Golden State Tobacco Securitization Corporation tobacco settlement asset backed bond, series 2003A (tax-exempt):
Fitch estimates pro forma leverage and interest coverage metrics relative to EBITDA, cash flow from operations, and free cash flow excluding any previously paid dividends.
Fitch will continue to monitor ORHS's performance and will assess the impact of additional indebtedness in future years to its financial profile at time of issuance.
Fitch believes this new methodology will better match self-pay revenues with costs associated with treating self-pay volumes.
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The ratings above have been initiated by Fitch as a service to investors.