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There's no end in sight to the carnage COVID-19 is rendering in the retail sector. Public and private company bankruptcies in this industry are piling up as 2020 embarks into Q4.
Irish drug company Mallinckrodt plc is one of several major opioid manufacturers to file for bankruptcy protection in the shadow of massive litigation.
One of Europe's leading tourism groups, TUI AG, has largely remained docked in 2020 and is trying to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
Peril in Paris: Air France-KLM SA is facing a mighty headwind now with the COVID-19 pandemic raging. The airliner's FRISK® score has dipped throughout 2020.
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Ferrellgas Partners, L.P. is a good example of what to look for as a financial counterparty spirals toward bankruptcy, seeking out court protections.
With summer at an end, 2020 has already been an extreme year for financial risk analysis, with more to come as North American public companies approach Q4 in tenuous positions.
With summer at an end, 2020 has already been an extreme year for financial risk analysis, with more to come as international public companies approach Q4 in tenuous positions.
Spanish construction and engineering company Obrascon Huarte Lain SA has a FRISK® score of "1," indicating heightened risk of failure and a need for professionals to monitor the organization closely.
Retailers left and right exited stage left and into bankruptcy this summer. CreditRiskMonitor has the read on a few potential industry giants who might not survive to see 2021.
With consumer demand plummeting because of the COVID-19 pandemic, highly leveraged automotive supplier Shiloh Industries, Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 restructuring.
The median U.S. supplier has reduced capital expenditures into property, plant, and equipment and has increased their total debt-to-asset burden in the last two years. Such action creates pitfalls in supply chains, especially in the age of COVID-19.