Dollar General May Receive a Rating Upgrade

Supermarket News reports that Moody's Investors Service is reviewing the discount retailer's store opening plans and new DG Market format. Dollar General would like to create an investment grade capital structure.

According to the SN story:

The ratings under review include Dollar General's corporate family rating at Ba1; probability of default rating at Ba1-PD; senior secured term loan first out tranche at Ba1; senior secured term loan first loss tranche at Ba2; senior unsecured notes at Ba2; and senior unsecured shelf at (P) Ba2. Moody's said the company's speculative grade liquidity rating of SGL-1 remains unchanged.
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