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Fower, Harper & Co. Ratingagentur



Rating Global Obligations
Axing Financial Risks

since 1949



With 46 offices around the world and a history that dates back more than 150 years, Fower, Harper & Co.'s Ratings provides high-quality market intelligence in the form of credit ratings, research, and thought leadership. Fowler, Harper & Co. is a private, exchange-traded company.

Aside from credit ratings for nations and corporates, Fowler, Harper & Co. advises nations and governments on how to restructure their budgets and debts, to improve their financial situation.

If you are interested in our offers, do not hesistate to contact us!



EXPLANATIONS (SKIP THIS PART TO GET DIRECTLY TO THE CREDIT RATINGS)

AAA - An obligor rated ‘AAA’ has EXTREMELY STRONG capacity to meet its financial commitments. ‘AAA’ is the highest Issuer Credit Rating assigned by Standard & Poor’s.
Plus (+) or minus(-) - The ratings from ‘AA’ to ‘CCC’ may be modified by the addition of a plus or minus sign to show relative standing within the major rating categories.

AA - An obligor rated ‘AA’ has VERY STRONG capacity to meet its financial commitments. It differs from the highest rated obligors only in small degree.

A - An obligor rated ‘A’ has STRONG capacity to meet its financial commitments but is somewhat more susceptible to the adverse effects of changes in circumstances and economic conditions than obligors in higher-rated categories.

BBB - An obligor rated ‘BBB’ has ADEQUATE capacity to meet its financial commitments. However, adverse economic conditions or changing circumstances are more likely to lead to a weakened capacity of the obligor to meet its financial commitments.

Note: Obligors rated ‘BB’, ‘B’, ‘CCC’, and ‘CC’ are regarded as having significant speculative characteristics. ‘BB’ indicates the least degree of speculation and ‘CC’ the highest. While such obligors will likely have some quality and protective characteristics, these may be outweighed by large uncertainties or major exposures to adverse conditions.

BB - An obligor rated ‘BB’ is LESS VULNERABLE in the near term than other lower-rated obligors. However, it faces major ongoing uncertainties and exposure to adverse business, financial, or economic conditions which could lead to the obligor’s inadequate capacity to meet its financial commitments. B An obligor rated ‘B’ is MORE VULNERABLE than the obligors rated ‘BB’, but the obligor currently has the capacity to meet its financial commitments. Adverse business, financial, or economic conditions will likely impair the obligor’s capacity or willingness to meet its financial commitments.

B - An obligation rated ‘B’ is more vulnerable to nonpayment than obligations rated ‘BB’, but the obligor currently has the capacity to meet its financial commitment on the obligation. Adverse business, financial, or economic conditions will likely impair the obligor’s capacity or willingness to meet its financial commitment on the obligation.

CCC - An obligor rated ‘CCC’ is CURRENTLY VULNERABLE, and is dependent upon favorable business, financial, and economic conditions to meet its financial commitments.

CC - An obligor rated ‘CC’ is CURRENTLY HIGHLY VULNERABLE.

C - A subordinated debt or preferred stock obligation rated ‘C’ is CURRENTLY HIGHLY VULNERABLE to nonpayment. The ‘C’ rating may be used to cover a situation where a bankruptcy petition has been filed or similar action taken, but payments on this obligation are being continued. A ‘C’ also will be assigned to a preferred stock issue in arrears on dividends or sinking fund payments, but that is currently paying.

R - An obligor rated ‘R’ is under regulatory supervision owing to its financial condition. During the pendency of the regulatory supervision the regulators may have the power to favor one class of obligations over others or pay some obligations and not others. Please see Standard & Poor’s issue credit ratings for a more detailed description of the effects of regulatory supervision on specific issues or classes of obligations.

SD and D - An obligor rated ‘SD’ (Selective Default) or ‘D’ has failed to pay one or more of its financial obligations (rated or unrated) when it came due. A ‘D’ rating is assigned when Standard & Poor’s believes that the default will be a general default and that the obligor will fail to pay all or substantially all of its obligations as they come due. An ‘SD’ rating is assigned when Standard & Poor’s believes that the obligor has selectively defaulted on a specific issue or class of obligations but it will continue to meet its payment obligations on other issues or classes of obligations in a timely manner. Please see Standard & Poor’s issue credit ratings for a more detailed description of the effects of a default on specific issues or classes of obligations.

NR - An issuer designated NR is not rated.





CURRENT HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES & CREDIT EVENTS

Katholische Republik Zentralamerika (HRE) (Rating: CC- Negative Outlook; Debt-to-GDP: >300%; Net-deficit-to-GDP: >10%)

Zentralamerika is a high risk candidate, which could face an credit event [bankrupcy] within the next years. With a new indebtness of over 10% and a narrowing access to international credit markets, we expect the country to hit hyperinflation and recession, and possible civil unrest, if government leaders cannot find new lenders.


Province of the Holy Roman Empire, Macedonia (Rating: B- Negative Outlook; Debt-to-GDP: >150%; New-deficit-to-GDP: >15%)

Macedonia is an autonomous province of the Holy Roman Empire and therefore has the right to issue own bonds, being fully liable on them. The current government is highly overspending. Currently, Macedonia is hit by an recession, in combination with an dangerous credit crunch. Therefore, we expect to see the number of private and corporate bankrupcies rising exponentially this and next year.






CURRENT RATINGS


Reminder: A rating under BBB- indicates, that this debtor is non-investmentgrade. Most asset managers and pension funds are by law only allowed to invest in debitors with an investment-grade-rating (BBB- or higher). Please read the explanations to the ratings above to get detailed information about a specific credit rating.

EUROPE

BALTIKUM (RUT): BB-, Stable Outlook

BELLMEAD (EU): AAA, Stable Outlook

BRITAIN (NB): AAA, Stable Outlook

CYPRUS /NR (-): BB+, Stable Outlook

MACEDOINA (HRE): B-, Negative Outlook

NORWEGEN (NB): A+, Positive Outlook

ROMANUM (HRE): AA+, Positive Outlook

RUTGERS (EU): AAA-, Negative Outlook

VERNSTETTEN (VP): A-, Stable Outlook




NORTH AMERICA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



ASIA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



MIDDLE EAST (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



AFRICA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



SOUTH AMERICA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



RATINGS FOR SUPRANATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND ALLIANCES (WILL FOLLOW)


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RE: Fower, Harper & Co. Ratingagentur



Rating Global Obligations
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since 1949





RATINGS OF THE YEAR 2012

CURRENT HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES & CREDIT EVENTS

ATTENTION: CREDIT EVENT!

Freie Republik Libertaria (Rating: C - imminient default Negative Outlook; Debt-to-GDP: >500%; Net-deficit-to-GDP: >20%)

The Government of the Free Republic Libertaria is facing a budget crisis after yields for bonds skyrocketed. Currently, no lender is willing to offer Libertaria fresh money, and the country's access to global trade and business is being severely damaged due to hyperinflation and extreme currency devaluation. We expect a full default and possible civil unrest after an upcoming bank run within the next weeks or months.

Katholische Republik Zentralamerika (HRE) (Rating: CC- Negative Outlook; Debt-to-GDP: >300%; Net-deficit-to-GDP: >10%)

Zentralamerika is a high risk candidate, which could face an credit event [bankrupcy] within the next years. With a new indebtness of over 10% and a narrowing access to international credit markets, we expect the country to hit hyperinflation and recession, and possible civil unrest, if government leaders cannot find new lenders.


Province of the Holy Roman Empire, Macedonia (Rating: B- Negative Outlook; Debt-to-GDP: >150%; New-deficit-to-GDP: >15%)

Macedonia is an autonomous province of the Holy Roman Empire and therefore has the right to issue own bonds, being fully liable on them. The current government is highly overspending. Currently, Macedonia is hit by an recession, in combination with an dangerous credit crunch. Therefore, we expect to see the number of private and corporate bankrupcies rising exponentially this and next year.


Nations under close monitoring [SECRET DATA]

- Watschenschap, North America, due to weak government
- ASDSD, North America, due to autocratic leadership
- Kaputtistan, North America, due to autocratic leadership





CURRENT RATINGS


Reminder: A rating under BBB- indicates, that this debtor is non-investmentgrade. Most asset managers and pension funds are by law only allowed to invest in debitors with an investment-grade-rating (BBB- or higher). Please read the explanations to the ratings above to get detailed information about a specific credit rating.

EUROPE

BALTIKUM /PK (RUT): BB-, Stable Outlook

BELLMEAD /IP (EU): AAA, Stable Outlook

BRITAIN /IP (NB): AAA, Stable Outlook

CYPRUS /NR (-): BB+, Stable Outlook

MACEDOINA /PK (HRE): B-, Negative Outlook

NORWEGEN /RP (NB): A+, Positive Outlook

ROMANUM /IP (HRE): AA+, Positive Outlook

RUTGERS /IP (EU): AAA-, Negative Outlook

VERNSTETTEN /IP (VP): A-, Stable Outlook


NORTH AMERICA

ALBENMARK /RP (LIK): BBB+, Stable Outlook

ASDASD /EN (-): B+, Positive Outlook

BADENIA /RP (EU): BBB, Stable Outlook

DEUTSCHLANDS /IP (HRE): AA-, Stable Outlook

FJORDLAND /RP (VP): BB, Negative Outlook

KAPPUTISTAN /IP (-): A+, Stable Outlook

ONTARIO /IP (NB): AA+, Positive Outlook

TOSCATTA /IP (VP): AA, Stable Outlook

WESTEND /EN (HRE): BB, Stable Outlook

WETENSCHAP /SP (-): A-, Negative Outlook



ASIA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



MIDDLE EAST (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



AFRICA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



SOUTH AMERICA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)



RATINGS FOR SUPRANATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND ALLIANCES (WILL FOLLOW)


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Greetings,

The EU Central Bank inquires as to why Rutgers carries a negative outlook. The EU Central Bank has not identified risk factors and all EU members have the full financial backing on the EU Institutions including the EUCB in the event of political or economic turmoil.

The Fower, Harper & Co. Ratingagentur Firm is requested to present a detailed filing on this result to the Essen Union Central Bank within two weeks to avoid an administrative investigation which could lead to the imposition of fines against the firm. The fines would be payment in lieu of a lawsuit from the Rutgers Administration from the loss of investment flows due to your ratings.

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Rating Global Obligations
Axing Financial Risks

since 1949





RATINGS OF THE YEAR 2012 / UPDATED-2014

CURRENT HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES & CREDIT EVENTS

ATTENTION: CREDIT EVENT!


Katholische Republik Zentralamerika (HRE) (Rating: D Negative Outlook; Debt-to-GDP: >300%; Net-deficit-to-GDP: >10%)

Zentralamerika has defaulted on their debts. Recovery rate: TBD


Freie Republik Libertaria (Rating: C - imminient default Negative Outlook; Debt-to-GDP: >500%; Net-deficit-to-GDP: >20%)

The Government of the Free Republic Libertaria is facing a budget crisis after yields for bonds skyrocketed. Currently, no lender is willing to offer Libertaria fresh money, and the country's access to global trade and business is being severely damaged due to hyperinflation and extreme currency devaluation. We expect a full default and possible civil unrest after an upcoming bank run within the next weeks or months.



Nations under close monitoring [SECRET DATA]

- Watschenschap, North America, due to weak government
- ASDSD, North America, due to autocratic leadership
- Kaputtistan, North America, due to autocratic leadership





CURRENT RATINGS


Reminder: A rating under BBB- indicates, that this debtor is non-investmentgrade. Most asset managers and pension funds are by law only allowed to invest in debitors with an investment-grade-rating (BBB- or higher). Please read the explanations to the ratings above to get detailed information about a specific credit rating.

EUROPE

BALTIKUM /PK (RUT): BB-, Stable Outlook [RUTHENIEN RATING: AA]

BELLMEAD /IP (EU): AAA, Stable Outlook

BRITAIN /IP (NB): AAA, Stable Outlook

CYPRUS /NR (-): BB+, Stable Outlook

MACEDOINA /PK (HRE): B-, Negative Outlook

NORWEGEN /RP (NB): A+, Positive Outlook

ROMANUM /IP (HRE): AA+, Positive Outlook

RUTGERS /IP (EU): AAA-, Negative Outlook

VERNSTETTEN /IP (VP): A-, Stable Outlook


NORTH AMERICA

ALBENMARK /RP (LIK): BBB+, Stable Outlook

ASDASD /EN (-): B+, Positive Outlook

BADENIA /RP (EU): BBB, Stable Outlook

DEUTSCHLANDS /IP (HRE): AA-, Stable Outlook

FJORDLAND /RP (VP): BB, Negative Outlook

KAPPUTISTAN /IP (-): A+, Stable Outlook

ONTARIO /IP (NB): AA+, Positive Outlook

TOSCATTA /IP (VP): AA, Stable Outlook

WESTEND /EN (HRE): BB, Stable Outlook

WETENSCHAP /SP (-): A-, Negative Outlook


SOUTH AMERICA (RATINGS WILL FOLLOW)

PERU /IC (LIK): BB-, Stable Outlook


AFRICA

BEGOISTAN /DC (-): BBB+, Stable Outlook

KOLOWO /DC (-): BBB-, Stable Outlook

KRAX /RP (VP): BBB, Stable Outlook

LYBIA /FC (EU): CCC, Stable Outlook

NIGERIA /RP (VP): A, Stable Outlook

OSTWASTILIEN /DC (NB): BB, Positive Outlook

WASTILIEN /IC (VP):B+, Positive Outlook


MIDDLE EAST

ALTHANA /RP (-): B-, Negative Outlook

BLURP /PC (NB): BB+, Positive Outlook

KASPIEN /RP (RUT): A-, Stable Outlook [RUTHENIEN RATING: AA]

RUTHENIEN /SP (RUT): AAA, Stable Outlook

TIBIT /FC (QIN): BBB+, Stable Outlook [QINA RATING: AA]

PAKJAB /FC (QIN): BB, Stable Outlook [QINA RATING: AA]

POLANDIA /PC (NB): A+, Positive Outlook


EAST-ASIA AND OCEANIA

CANERA /IP (EU): AAA, Stable Outlook

FIJI /EM (EU): BBB-, Stable Outlook

JAPAN /IP (LIK): AA, Stable Outlook

LIBERTARIA /RP (-): C, Negative Outlook

MONGOL ULS /IC (QIN): BB, Stable Outlook

NORDEN /PC (EU): BB+, Stable Outlook

QAZAQSTAN /SP (EU): AAA, Stable Outlook

SHENZOU /SP (QIN): A+, Stable Outlook



RATINGS FOR CONFEDERACIES, SUPRANATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND ALLIANCES

PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF QINA: AA, Stable Outlook
(Centre + 3 Autonomous Republics; Gold Reserves: USD 1,039 bn (2.0% of GDP); Federal Budget: 0.0% p.a, ~ USD 0 bn.; Total GDP: USD 50,000 bn; Military Forces: 8.8 MM Armed Men (15.5% of Global Miliary Forces))

UNITED RUTHENIAN STATES URS: AA, Stable Outlook
(Centre + 2 Autonomous Republics; Gold Reserves: USD 182 bn (0.6% of GDP); Federal Budget: 0.1% p.a, ~ USD 30 bn.; Total GDP: USD 28,000 bn; Military Forces: 2.1 MM Armed Men (3.8% of Global Miliary Forces)

HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, HRE: BBB+, Stable Outlook
(4 nations; Gold Reserves: USD 792 bn (3.0% of GDP); Federal Budget: 0.5% p.a, ~ USD 130 bn.; Total GDP: USD 26,000 bn; Military Forces: 5.5 MM Armed Men (9.5% of Global Miliary Forces)

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ESSEN UNION: A+, Stable Outlook
(8 members; Gold Reserves: USD 421 bn (0.4% of GDP); Supranational Budget: 0.0% p.a, ~ USD 0 bn.; Total GDP: USD 108,000 bn; Military Forces: 19.5 MM Armed Men (34.5% of Global Miliary Forces)

NEUTRAL BLOCK: BBB+, Stable Outlook
(6 members; Gold Reserves: USD 2,069 bn (5% of GDP); Supranational Budget: 1.0% p.a, ~ USD 400 bn.; Total GDP: USD 43,000 bn; Military Forces: 4.3 MM Armed Men (8% of Global Miliary Forces)

VERSAILLER PACT: BBB, Stable Outlook
(5 members; Gold Reserves: USD 2,648 bn (12% of GDP); Supranational Budget: 2.0% p.a, ~ USD 400 bn.; Total GDP: USD 21,500 bn; Military Forces: 3.5 MM Armed Men (6% of Global Miliary Forces)

LIKEDEELER: BB+, Negative Outlook due to Trade War
(3 Plutocratic Mercantile Republics; Gold Reserves: USD 73 bn (0.73% of GDP); Supranational Budget: 0.2% p.a., ~ USD 20 bn; Total GDP: USD 10,000 bn; Military Forces: 2.5 MM Armed Men (4.5% of Global Military Forces)





A statement for the EU Central Bank will follow shortly.


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ANNUAL RATINGS UPDATES

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LIKEDEELER: BB+, Stable Outlook(+) [Previous: BB+, Negative Outlook]
(3 Plutocratic Mercantile Republics; Gold Reserves: USD 73 bn (0.73% of GDP); Supranational Budget: 0.2% p.a., ~ USD 20 bn; Total GDP: USD 10,000 bn; Military Forces: 2.5 MM Armed Men (4.5% of Global Military Forces)


F, H & Cie. recognize the diplomatic ease between Likedeeler members and EU nations. As further sanctions are dismissed, the economic outlooks for Japan, Peru and Albenmark, have improved.




COMPLAINT OF EUCB REGARDING RUTGERS CREDIT RATING
//C-SOV-02-015

SUBJECT: SOVEREIGN RATING OF RUTGERS /IP (EU) - EUROPE

PLAINTIFF: ESSEN UNION CENTRAL BANK

PREVIOUS RATING: RUTGERS /IP (EU): AAA-, Negative Outlook

CURRENT RATING: PENDING / R - Under Regulatory Supervision

RESULT OF INTERNAL AUDIT: Rating was based upon the Generally Accepted Financial Markets Principles. Ratings have to be created diligently and take into account risk-avereness of Investors. The rating asserted this. CONSEQUENCE: No Actions neccessary; Rutgers Credit Risk will be assed within the next 5 years.

FULL STATEMENT BY THE HEAD OF THE RATINGS DEPARTMENT



Fowler, Harper & Co.
Sovereign Credit Ratings Division
Risk Analysis Department
Partner
Alfred Herrhausen, PhD
F. H. & Cie. Hauptquartier Zurich


Various factors play a role in the credit rating of an entity, and there are also interactions between these factors. Some elements of credit rating are less important, others are more weighted and some are negligible unless certain limits are exceeded.

The fundamental question in our work is: "How likely is it that a debtor fulfills his long-term payment obligations permanently and consistently?"

The following factors and risks are part of our rating process for sovereign debtors:

- Current debt securities (especially if higher than 60% of GDP)
- Relative net borrowing
- Ratio of long-term government revenues to government expenditures
- Relative capital costs
- interest rate
- trade flows (foreign trade balance)
- Stability of the financial sector and private lending (money supply)
- Net state assets
- Domestic stability and risks (satisfaction, extremists)
- Demographics
- military strength
- Historical experience
- A continuum of governance (on the strength of fluctuations / standard deviation of influence of government + quarters without actions)
- international relations & reputation
- Membership in an alliance
- existing Allianz reserves
- military and political strength of the Alliance
- class of states (furthermore: infrastructure and health)

With a 'AAA'-credit rating, we think, that Rutgers is a first class debtor and has excellent capabilites to meet its financial obligations.

The Negative Outlook takes into account the rising activities of extremist groups in the country. The high cash reserves of Rutgers make the country a target for internal risks (e.g. higher corruption, anger within the population, demonstrations) as well as external risks (high strategic security risk due to AR$ 12,000 bn in reserves: Paramilitary Groups or Nations see Rutgers as a valuable target). We call this kind of risks Agency Costs. As our data show, these risks rise expoentially with cash reserves over 75% of the GDP.

F, H and Cie. therefore advised Rutgers government to reach a balanced budget, avoiding a further escalation of the Agency costs.


For F. H. & Cie Zurich


Alfred Herrhausen
Chief Risk Analyst


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Greetings,

The EU Central Bank inquires as to why Rutgers carries a negative outlook. The EU Central Bank has not identified risk factors and all EU members have the full financial backing on the EU Institutions including the EUCB in the event of political or economic turmoil.

The Fower, Harper & Co. Ratingagentur Firm is requested to present a detailed filing on this result to the Essen Union Central Bank within two weeks to avoid an administrative investigation which could lead to the imposition of fines against the firm. The fines would be payment in lieu of a lawsuit from the Rutgers Administration from the loss of investment flows due to your ratings.

Regards,
Foreign Ratings Control Administration
Directorate of International Finance
Essen Union Central Bank


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Rating Global Obligations
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since 1949





RATINGS UPDATE

To see the all current sovereign ratings, scroll up. Here, only the changes are listed.

DOWNGRADE

CYPRUS: B, Negative Outlook (-) [Previous: BB+, Stable Outlook]

After an internal revision, Cyprus government admitted to fraudulent accounting transactions. The current state of affairs is unknown and the cyprian communication is vague, therefore F, H & Cie. downgrades the debtor, with a negative outlook. As multiple international banks have limited Cyprus' access to financial markets, the debitor could become vulnurable to a credit event.[/color]



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