NEW YORK — Moody’s Investors Service assigned Revlon Consumer Products Co. its lowest speculative-grade liquidity rating of "SGL-4."

Revlon became one of the first 37 firms with speculative, or "junk," credit ratings to be assigned the new SGL ranking by Moody’s. The measure is "designed to capture a company’s ability to meet its obligations through internal resources and available committed sources of financing," said Moody’s in a statement.

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